Surfers Royale Resort
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... our safety gear and changed out of our overalls. Of course, we had not been able to take anything to drink outside so we enjoyed our cup of water all the more upon our return to ground floor level. One of our fellow climbers was a Dutch tourist on her way to Malaysia, so we did our best to sell Father's guesthouse in the Cameron Highlands to her as we waited for our photos. From the pinnacle of the city, we had seen the word 'ROWE' written in vast letters on the beach ...
... was cold.
Then we headed for King Tut Indoor Mini Putt (you can only listen to Max for so long). Max had a rough first game (on the Egyptian course), but gamely fought back (on the Jurassic course ... huh?) to tie for first. Kyra had a lifetime record two holes-in-one on Jurassic. Jo Ann, though, demonstrated again how it was her day -- dropping holes-in-one routinely on the Egyptian course, ...
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... building in Dubai that still exists today. The fort was used to guard the landward approaches to the town from the raids of neighbouring tribes. It has also served, at various times throughout history as the ruler's palace, a garrison, and a prison.
Al Fahidi Fort is square-shaped with towers occupying three of its corners. It was built of coral rock and mortar in several phases. Just off the southern wall lie the remains of the city walls.
... into my stinger suit (because the last thing I needed was to get stung my a damn jellyfish) and Martin and I hopped into the water. He was barely wet when they called him back onto the boat for his scuba tour. I slowly continued on to the reef and saw as much as my weak body would let me before heading back to the boat. I got back on deck and headed upstairs again to watch the snorkelers. The boat was rocking so violently that I felt just ...