Sharjah Premiere Hotel & Resort
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... went to look at, i can get used to stayin here! I got my priorities right and got everyone moving in the Reem Al Bawadi direction. The location of my dads place is within walking distance to Reem which is mega. Had my first shish of the year and got some mixed grill, halloumi and falafels. The falafels were the best ive ever had, absolutely mega! Maree was in dubai for a couple days with her ...
... on the other side. We had not walked this side before but before we went over we had time and lira for one last fresh pomegranate juice. The water was sparking as we walked at sea level before going up onto the bridges there were 3 cruise ships in town this day. Our next task- to have a traditionally made Turkish coffee. Although we had had a few during our stay we had not had a cart coffee where they brew the coffee in tiny pots over coals. We knew where there was a stand ...
... reputation of ripping anything apart that goes near them. They mostly eat small fish, and it would take them days to completely eat a human being, and they actually have very small teeth, but they're still amazing. Another fact about them is that they're being bred all around the world for human consumption (they're being grown all over the world for people to eat them), they were amazing.
After we saw the zoo and aquarium and fed the fish, we ...
... land cruiser and we shared the car with a family of four Malaysians. They were very very lovely people. It was a mother (60), father (60), son and daughter (30's). The daughter was very nice; her name was Zackya. It took about 40 minutes to drive out to the desert . It's 55km from the city. And boy, it was fun driving in the sand dunes. We had the time of our lives! It was scary and exhilarating and ah, we just
loved it. We arrived ...
One by one, the teachers signed up. Interest, excitement, the challenge of a tough physical goal; whatever the reasons, eight brave individuals from Fujairah Academy signed up for the Dubai Creek half marathon on 6 December.
A training plan was drafted to fit around busy school life, consisting of three weekly runs of increasing distance over a ten week period. These were a mixture of city street loops, long ...