Radisson Blu Resort Fujairah
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Travel Blogs from Fujairah
... our spot with the Captain!!
The show, the first one of the cruise was a variety of song and dance with colourful costumes as well as a unicycle juggler and some Chinese bendy people. There are normally 2 shows each evening. One at 6:30 for those who are on late dining and a show at 9:30 for those of us on early dining.
On the last few cruises we have bumped in to at least 1 person we know. Other than Rafa the Captain, Roisin bumped in to Joe ...
... 10 Highway through Houston. Sometimes there were 12 lanes of traffic, 6 in each direction, and it was still bumper to bumper and going about 60 mph. Not quite sure what the speed limit was but during the entire trip, we kept hearing the 'beep, beep, beep, beep" signal that means you are over the speed limit, then we'd get a step on the brake for a bit and then the speed would go up again until we got "beep, beep, beep". Abdul was big on ...
... t have a winch (and would have had to bury the spare wheel if we did as there were no trees to hook it to). I forgot to mention that the sole of one of Jim B's shoes came unstuck due to the heat so basically we were looking pretty comical! I fear Jim will now have extra items to add to his list of requirements for people he brings on trips.
Just listened to Dichotomy from Absolace' Fractals album, not ...
... the mints on your pillow. Also the drink prices seem much higher..$10.50 for an appletini as an example. The food quality in the specialty restaurants is what used to be served in the dining room. Now the dining room food is good but nothing special. No fancy items like baked Alaska or cherries jubilee. We headed to the gangway and proceeded to the shuttle bus, as this is a large and commercial port you are not permitted ...
... to change their loyalty to a different ruler. This can be confusing to non-locals, but luckily one can pass from one emirate to another without even needing to know it.
While in Dibba, we stopped for photos in front of its large mosque (the largest in the Fujairah emirate) before driving back down the coast to the Bidya mosque, the oldest in the country. Though it was built originally in the 15th Century, it is hard to tell its age because of ...
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