Radisson Blu Al Aqah Beach Resort, Fujairah
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... as much sun as we could, stuffing every skin pore before we checked out mid-afternoon. The rocky, hilly geology transitioned to flat rolling sand two hours south as we approached Dubai. With Kleenex in hand we watched the latest episode of Grey's Anatomy back at the townhouse.
Tomorrow is our last full day in Abu Dhabi..... AND we are reading the weather reports from Simcoe County! Talk about the transition the TNT will need to make as we arrive in Toronto!
... the Broadway Theatre, I decided to stay put. A few others seemed to have the same idea. Several moments later, one of the ship’s officers entered the theatre and asked a couple on the next block of seats to me what they were doing here.
"We’re waiting for the 'Pirate’ exercise’, came the reply.
The officer was not impressed. ‘You have to wait for the announcement from the bridge. You can’t just come down here ...
... the sentence. He also speaks Hindi and Arabic but based on the different people to whom he spoke at various times throughout the day, I think it was all coming out of his mouth about the same. Wonder what the interpretation is of Indian sing-song dialect with Arabic words?
He offered to show us things on the drive to Fujairah but we told him we had to be there by noon. So we're off. Getting out of Dubai is like driving ...
... eased backward. Without much fuss we were on our way again and despite my having a bit of a spit about safety over it I think it was good we had an experience early on of getting stuck and then how easy it can be to recover. It made our jaunt it seem less risky ultimately. Obviously if we had become stuck in soft sand on a horizontal surface things would have ended differently. We'd have had to call for help as ...
... of alcohol, you can be arrested.
On the flip side, Sharjah is one of the most beautiful and educated emirates. The sheikh himself has 2 doctorates. This sheikh wanted to beautify Sharjah, so the medians and sides of the roads are covered in grass. He didn't like the light posts used, so he brought lamp posts from Italy and used them all over the emirate. Even the architecture is influenced by the sheikh. He designed all of the government buildings in Sharjah, and ...
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