Nova Park Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Sharjah
... as good as always. You really cannot beat an al reef cheesebread. Brought a tear to my eye it was that good. Not sure what to do today to fill in the afternoon we went a wee cruise and ended up going to look at pool tables for ryans flat but the place was shut. Decided to got to MOE and have a look at getting a sim card there as its probs not as busy as Dubai mall. Ended up getting a Du pay as you go sim but it was weird why i had to take ...
... It a was scary going up and down as it came with a sudden jolt. I didn't fall off thank god. We then were treated to a traditional dinner and ceremony. The food was very spicy and the best was the fresh bread. We saw henna, you know what we did on the glove for art. It was so gunky and it smudged easily. The entertainment was a bit boring as I missed the main dancer. It was a tiring and great night. From Dubai ...
... unfortunately with no working wifi in the rooms. Ted called me before he headed to bed, but since it was only mid afternoon here, I thought I'd go and explore.
Truthfully, there really wasn't much to see! I walked around the general area to get my bearings but there seemed to be nothing more than apartment buildings. I was really hungry by this stage too but even though I could smell food, I couldn't find anything resembling a restaurant. Fortunately I wandered further ...
... but still lagging somewhat!
Tomorrow is our last complete day of the holiday before heading home and we'll head out to old Dubai to the markets and souks, where our major purchase will be a new suitcase to carry home Len's 3 new shirts and pairs of jeans! Perhaps some more relaxing time by the pool as well.
Then we head off to the airport on Thursday morning ready for our Emirates flight home on the upper deck of the A380.
... urban landscape. Where one ends and the other begins, heaven knows. The terrain quickly turns to rough stony desert, and then into the moonscape mountains after an hours driving. All very old Dubai stuff - no modern buildings here. The east coast is pleasant enough, with a few beaches etc, but nothing of any great sightseeing consequence, Funnily enough, the only natural source of water in Dubai comes from high up in the mountains here where a ...