Mercure Grand Jebel Hafeet Al Ain
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Shrimps and chips and burguer time!
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... found in the area. We did find being there extremely hot. The car reported 46 degrees. And the car was under a shade. We decided to find the shopping mall. It was a big mall but nothing like the Mall of the Emirates. This one was more aimed at the local population. It was an amazing experience to see something not so westernised. We had a wonderful lunch there at a Lebanese restaurant called the Lebanese Flower. We sat at the window and watch people outside getting into ...
... were chickens, rabbits, sheep, goats, cattle and, of course, camels of every size. Including one 2 day old and one 3 day old camel......and these are NOT little babies in any sense of the word. On the other hand, the baby goats are tiny and soooo cute! The one I saw was all curled up like my fur kids do and it was so adorable! Before leaving the camel market, we did go to the slaughter house to see where these animals go after purchase. ...
... Bokor Mountain southwest of Phnom Penh in Cambodia. I did that on a motorbike a couple of times and it would be awesome to do the same up Jebel Hafeet... another thing to do next time.
*They couldn't go up here though (see photo)!
... no one walks anywhere so besides the cars there is no one around anywhere.
After a brief siesta late afternoon, we had a superb meal out with both the Foster- Lucas' and the Lawrence clans at a local restaurant whose name translated into something like The Meat Palace. (That will probably give you an idea of the specialities!). Kids all had a fantastic time together and for the first time we actually saw people outside.
... morning Mark, Shirley and me set off for an early 'camp' shop to a rather large Mall on the outskirts if the city. Arriving home we conferred with the other party to discover that they were having difficulties renting a suitable off-road vehicle for the trip. We decided to pop over to the rental companies at the airport only to discovers that we also could not find a suitable car for the trip...executive decision made -the trip was cancelled :( This was a real shame, as we ...