Radisson Blu Al Aqah Beach Resort, Fujairah
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... tour companies which there are over 200 offering this tour. This is without the private drivers also on the dunes. Toyota have done very well out of this as every car is a land cruiser due to the cheap cost of spare parts. Our vehicle had over 400000 Kim's on it.
Our convoy was about 7 vehicles- difficult to keep track when they were disappearing in the dunes. Our driver was very skilled at driving throughout the soft sand and over sometimes very steep ...
... exits. I don’t remember all this happening 2 years ago ‘back in the day’. Then I seem to remember getting a cutlass thrust in my hand and doing a conga around the top deck…oh! Wait! That was the Pirate and Buccaneers party the entertainments crew organised!!
Tonight was the 1st of 4 gala nights. This evening is ‘get your photo taken with the Captain’ night. I recognised the name Raffaele Ponte. When I saw his ...
... 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 ...
... not on private property, anyone can stop and pick them.
Pretty soon, the elevation began to change and rugged mountains began to appear. We stopped at the Friday Market, a market that cropped up when people began to make weekend trips to Fujairah. It began as a fruit and vegetable market, but now you can also find plants, carpets, and miscellaneous souvenirs. After a brief stop there, we got back on the bus and continued through the mountains. We drove through an ...
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