Radisson Blu Al Aqah Beach Resort, Fujairah
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... to work for NASA. Despite English not being their first language, Peter and his wife did remarkably well even when the tannoy announced an exercise in the event of an unauthorised hijack situation to commence in 15 minutes. Forgive my ignorance but is this as opposed to an authorised hijack??! We, the passengers were to await further instructions.
Lucky, the seminar was almost at an end so, as the last exercise Roisin and I were involved in, was ...
... of open desert where something wasn't happening. I am reminded of Singapore during it's great building phase in the 80's and 90's and when they were finished, they looked around and said - "wow, this is impressive, what we have done - but we have plowed under all of our history and heritage!" I fear that UAE is well on it's way to accomplishing the same thing, Dubai having already finished the plowing under for the most part. Will ...
... walk in the hot sand), Jim took aim, fired and we all said 'Right!' at the right moment, mildly terrified for the split second it took to pivot over the top, see the descent come into view properly lined up and straight down we went. It was so exhausting because we had to do this about 20 times to just get through about 5km of sand. I think we got into the swing of things though and I can see why Jim keeps going back.
... be covered, and unmarried couples cannot stay in the same hotel room. Ironically, this emirate used to be the most liberal until they were bailed out of near bankruptcy by the King of Saudi Arabia, a close friend to the sheikh of Sharjah. A condition of their help was that Sharjah would become a model Muslim state. After that, all of the liberty that the people living in Sharjah had experienced slowly went away. Now, if you are caught driving through Sharjah with an ...
... than the bottom of the valleys! Oasis are definitely different from what I saw in Morocco and Algeria ... wao! We were expecting something else, but well. We found a small nice hotel and our room was right by the sea ... quiet and tranquil. The water on this side is at least 5 to 6 degrees cooler than Dubai side... just perfect for me (between 26 and 29 degrees, according to different hotels!).
We visited some forts ... we tried to go to some waterfalls, but there ...
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Al Aqqa, Fujairah | 4 star hotelfrom $102
P.O. Box 8899, Fujairah | 4 star hotelfrom $58
Hamad Bin Abdulla Road, Fujairah | 5 star hotelfrom $63
Al Gurfa Street, Fujairah | 4 star hotelfrom $52
Hamad Bin Abdulla, Al Sharqi Street, Fujairah | 5 star hotelfrom $76