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I didn't expect to like Dubai much so almost as soon as I got there I signed up for a daytrip to Oman. The journey there took us through the desert, the landscape interrupted with threads of towns, as precarious-looking as the sands, and shops full of preposterous furniture: shiny, swirley fabrics, masses of gold and glitter. Looked ...
... mint concoction. Bugs
galore and the bed of the wadi is somewhate stony and wet so I sleep
in the xTerra. Why did I bother to bring a tent? I drift off to sleep
wondering if there has been any more rain in the hills! The sleep of
the damned or the just I know not but it was sound.
Off-Road at Last – 08 October
Shortly after I
get up I'm joined by an Omani who lives up the bank and works in a
hospital. We have ...
After we left Mauritius, our captain
announced that Reunion was just a short paddle away. Sure enough,
the surprise as we awoke the next morning, were the white puffy
clouds and the lush, green peaks of the mountains of Reunion.
As usual, just as in most cities, we
had free shuttle buses to take us to the nearest town. It was a 45
minute drive to the town of St. Gilles where we were told the beach
... I have been white water rafting (even though it wasnt even a real river!)
Then we did this zip wire thing where they clip you on and you slide down which was fun!
After this on the way home, we went to a mountain called Jebel Hafeet which we had been recommended to go up at sunset. We timed it just about right and drove up some very steep and windy roads to the top, and it was a great view!!
Dune Dashing is thrilling especially the Hummer experience is way more different than other vehicles. When the sun sets the stars together we will be entering to the camp-site for special BBQ Dinner.
Barbecue on the grill in an open atmosphere, generally considered as social gathering. Such surroundings naturally create fun ...