Danat Al Ain Resort
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Knowing that I have 360 KM for my next over night stop. I started the day at 10:00 AM. The roads from Jebal Dhanna to Al-Ain was amazing. Nice desert view with large golden sand dunes. It was the meddle of the week and I had the road to my self most of the time.
I've spend the night at intercontinental hotels Al-Ain. The hotel staff was really …
Day 6 the rode back 12hr of riding a day
... The next stop, the Palace where the current president of the UAE grew up during his teen years. This is a beautiful palace, however, nothing compared the current palace he is building in Abu Dahbi. We'll be seeing that later in the week. We also saw the Jahili fort which was where the sheik spent his early childhood years.
After lunch, it was off to the camel market. This is the Middle Eastern version of visiting the stockyards in the ...
How wonderful it was to arrive in Dubai 26 hours after we closed our front door and what a transition from 3 degrees in Wellington to a lovely 30 when we arrived 5am Dubai time. Kids coped generally fine but the 14 hour flight was a bit of a killer.
Jason picked us up from the airport and we headed overland to Al Ain. Was great to be greeted by Jacqui, Ben and Lily who we haven't seen for 2 years. After a morning of catch up ...
DAY 149-150 – 28/05/13 – 29/05/13 – ABU DHABI – AL AIN
After a quick pack and an even quicker taxi ride, we were on the bus heading to the desert oasis of Al Ain. We were not staying in the town though and the final destination would be at the very top of UAE's second biggest mountain top and mountain range, Jebel Hafeet. After two hours in an ice cold and extremely new bus we arrived in the town of Al Ain. ...
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