Radisson Blu Al Aqah Beach Resort, Fujairah
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... had to hold on tight so it could get on. Once I got on the camel made funny sounds because I think I kicked it but who knows. We then went into the campsite where we did Henna painting ( it looks like a tattoo) then we had food!!!!!!! ( I liked that) It was all traditional and SPICY!!! Then we watched an amazing dancer who spun around for 10 minutes and didn't stop so that was cool. After him a belly dancer came out and showed us how fit she was. Then we went ...
... see what all the commotion was. Less than ½ mile of the starboard was clearly visible the street lights of a coast road and more notably the lights of a small town. The rumours were flying around. ‘It looks like we’re back in Dubai’, I heard one passenger say with a voice of authority to his wife. ‘Do you think it was too dangerous to carry on after today’s activities?’ said another with a genuine air of concern in her voice.
... 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 ...
... objects (the 7 emirates). We saw 1 large oil lantern surrounded by 7 smaller ones; 1 large sailboat surrounded by 7 dolphins; 1 large clay pot surrounded 7 smaller ones-the difference being that the smaller pots were proportionally sized based on the size of the emirates. The 3 larger pots represented Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and Sharjah respectively. In Fujairah, one roundabout contained 3 sharks, again representing the 3 largest emirates.
We drove along the coast for ...
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