Siji Hotel Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... to work for NASA. Despite English not being their first language, Peter and his wife did remarkably well even when the tannoy announced an exercise in the event of an unauthorised hijack situation to commence in 15 minutes. Forgive my ignorance but is this as opposed to an authorised hijack??! We, the passengers were to await further instructions.
Lucky, the seminar was almost at an end so, as the last exercise Roisin and I were involved in, was ...
We went on the East Coast City Tour, not a huge amount to see. We saw a fort in an Oasis then drove around the countryside, finishing at the highlight which was the Fujairah Fort or Castle. Fujairah is an important port for oil which was highlighted when we left port with the number of ships waiting to come in (see ...
... haven't seen a monorail.
So things did not go as planned today but we had a nice long ride into the countryside. Saw that many things are changing, except for 4 decorated roundabouts that had the same decorations last time I was here, and got back in plenty of time for some dinner later. we'll wander around in a bit to find a place to eat. And I have clearly marked the vitamin/medicine packs now so there will be no confusion in the future.
... be covered, and unmarried couples cannot stay in the same hotel room. Ironically, this emirate used to be the most liberal until they were bailed out of near bankruptcy by the King of Saudi Arabia, a close friend to the sheikh of Sharjah. A condition of their help was that Sharjah would become a model Muslim state. After that, all of the liberty that the people living in Sharjah had experienced slowly went away. Now, if you are caught driving through Sharjah with an ...
... trodden paths.
My fun was rudely interrupted at the end of day 2 by a dodgy hot chocolate, leading to a rough night with frequent toilet visits and explosions of nastiness from both ends. With time tight I considered returning to Pokhara, but I slowly soldiered on hoping I would regain strength. A group of Aussie doctors came to my rescue recommending diluted sprite with salt to help rehydrate. This ...