Siji Hotel Apartments
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Today we had our tour out to the east coast of the United Arab Emirates. We were picked up at 8.30am and then taken to the meeting point where we changed minibuses for our tour. Once on our way we first stopped at a petrol station to use the toilets. Apparently some people on the tour had been on the bus for an hour before we arrived. The toilets were absolutely disgusting so it was amusing to see the cleaning log on the wall signed off as being ...
... Good thing it rained hard the night before in that area and the sand were quite hard and we didn't have to struggle with our steps. Unfortunately, during this trip we did not pass by the old road where there is a souk (market) beside the road. That area is interesting. You would have lots of choices on what fruits to buy, gorgeous and beautiful carpets, pots, lamps, lanterns, sculptures, fountains, garden ornaments, plant, seedlings, and even corns ...
... in my view, too small to be classed as mountains. The smaller of the hills gives the impression of manmade slag heaps!!
The tourist literature states a notable person born here was Fayez Rashid Ahmed Hassan al-Qadi Banihammad otherwise known as one of five 9/11 hijackers aboard United Airlines Flight 175. I don’t think the Khor Fakkan Tourist Board have really embraced the whole tourism thing that is likely to bring the hordes flocking. I could do ...
... I thought we could go to a different Emirate and see the old fish market where the boats come in but either this doesn't happen any more or we couldn't convey it to Abdul.
We shared some dive stories with the lady who was from the Philippines and knows the area there where we dive. Then we put our gear back in the car and climb in for the trip back. We think we have explained to Abdul what we'd like to do on the way back ...
... second only to the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. It's still under construction, but we were able to stop and get a picture of it.
I should mention that I'm beginning to see tents erected outside all of the mosques we pass. This is where they will feed the poor during the month of Ramadan, which begins next Wednesday. I'm leaving just in time as I wouldn't even be able to drink water while walking around Dubai; I would have to wait until I was at my hotel.