Sharjah International Airport Hotel
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It's so high tech, insane! Everything is glass with Palm trees and waterfalls, all a foreign language, but it's fun to see people staring at us all. I probably look sketchy; got taken aside to be searched. Oh well.
... us, after 10 mins of driving crazily through the streets back and forth we found it! They day hadn't quite done to plan, we never saw the ocean, or the huge shark ollie had hoped for. We never saw the palm or did any water park type thing, but I wasn't about to give up. I told the boys I had heard there was a pool on the roof and amazingly all their energy came back as the threw they're boardies on and we headed upstairs, it was the perfect end to a very long ...
This city is in stark contrast to where we have been over the last couple of months. Only a handful of buildings in Dubai predate the 1980’s. The country was only formed in 1971 when it became part of the United Arab Emirates. Prior to this it was a small fishing and pearling village Before then The discovery of oil in 1968 changed its economy forever and took the influx ...
... set up with low tables and large cushions & carpets everywhere. The food was pretty tasty - traditional Arabic food, plenty to choose from. I wasn't so sure of the Okra curry - as the texture was a little mushy haha...but other than that it was delicious :-). Surprisingly enough they had a bar too - so we thought we should partake in our first holiday drink so Heinekens it was!
Gaz and I had our first ever camel ride too - and geeee when they ...
... sunbeds in the shade until 11 when we moved to our room. After a shower and proper freshen up, Lucy and I headed out to Marina Mall, a ten minute walk from the hotel. In the 40 degree heat we were pretty much the only people walking on the streets. I use the word 'streets' because Dubai really isn't equipped for pedestrians as there were hardly any pavements to walk along! Unsure of what food local to Dubai we could try, Lucy and I had fish and chips for lunch in a fish and chip ...