Radisson Blu Resort Fujairah
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... when there were fishermen segregating the fishes they caught. I thought they're going to sell it but the catch were intended for the Iftar time. It was amazing to see lots of fishes being rested on the large - what seems to be a net. The local owner was generous enough to give us 3 plastic bags or could have been more as we were asked to take what we can. Fresh fish - good food. I already had plans then on what to do with those fresh catch.
... way back along the Corniche we bumped in to Captain Ponte who was talking to some locals who were sanding behind a wire mesh. It turns out they were excavating some long lost building of a bygone civilisation. I was going to ask the Commandante for a photo as we missed out on the one last night but I thought ‘leave the man be’. He is probably worn out after all that hand shaking and smiling and just out for a peaceful stroll.
On deciding to take ...
Our 69th country on the "countries visited list"
People often think that Dubai is a country; it is not. It is a one of 7 emirates (states) that make up UAE. Today we were in Fujairah, one of the smaller emirates and the only one situated on the gulf of Oman. It has become the major oil shipping port for oil from the oil producing emirate of Abu Dhabi. We ...
TL;DR: I made a playlist of videos here. I also made a map of the 4WD trip we did on the second day here.
On Friday 9/8/13 we did a roughly 500km 4WD trip starting in Dubai and heading southeast through Al Awir and Maleihah for some fun in the dunes before heading through the wadis (dry river beds) and mountains for the coast in the emirate of Fujeira. We also crossed through Shajah. This was an ...
... trick and on day 4 I felt much better. I reached ABC at 4130 metres after 1000 metres altitude gain during a strong 5th day’s hiking. This chilly spot was shrouded in cloud but a massive dump of snow in the evening cleared the air, and at dawn the next morning the massive peaks were revealed in full glory. Needless to say I was snap happy scampering through this wintry wonderland of fresh snow. ...