Al Ain Rotana Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Kids pool
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Hey Everyone, I'd first like to apologize for not keeping up with my blog. It has been quite a ride getting settled in and dealing with my new job! I have been staying active and this blog might be a long one. Thanks to everyone who has messaged asking about it, it has helped me in getting motivated to get back into it!
So to start there was Eid Break, this happened around the end of September. If you remember I was planning on a trip to Oman with some friends. We had ...
Well, it has been nearly a month and so far things have been going really well. I have settled into my apartment nicely and school is in full swing.
Upon arriving in Al Ain, I was given a room on the bottom floor (most people prefer it because it is cooler). However, my room was situated in the back of the building and therefore directly up against a rather large wall. I did not get any sun and although I had beautiful big sliding door windows, I had a wall not two meters ...
... here, I could still see some things and the buildings are amazing! The one thing that totally made me feel at home was that at one point there was some ground drifting.....like a good ND blizzard......only it was sand! Way to get that feeling of home!!
Tomorrow, ok today really, I'm on my own until the rest of the group arrives. I'll do some exploring of the hotel after breakfast this morning, but that pool looked pretty ...
... 8217; desert special and was pretty sure that it would be easy to find food and water in the now 46 degree desert and considering we already had shelter in the form of a five star hotel then I could concentrate purely on the food and beverage hunt.
When we arrived and checked into the impressive hotel, Jo quickly decided that spending a small fortune on food would be an equally good solution and decided that if I needed ...
... that would have been part of the route of the full camp trip. Al Ain is a 1hour 40 minute drive from Abu Dhabi and is close to a mountain range that acts as the border between Abu Dhabi and Oman. Once there we took the mountain road to the top of Jeleb Hafeet, billed as one of the top 10 mountain roads in the world, it takes you to the summit of Hafeet (1300 meters above sea level). Some wonderful views, although the air was a little hazy. After a quick picnic at the top we ...