Tulip Inn Sharjah
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Travel Blogs from Sharjah
... and precious little evidence of nature. The occasional tree or bird seem most presumptuous. After a rest we ventured out to Madinat Jumeira, a charming, authentic old souk (and haven't we all been called that from time to time?) which is located on the waterfront and has lovely gardens. The building is fascinating, comprising a series of corridors housing small shops selling fabric, gifts, ...
... The World by boat, which also gave us an amazing view of the Dubai skyline. The crazy thing here is that when you look in the distance, it looks like smog or haze hanging over the city. It's not.....it's the sand blowing around!
Our day ended with some dune bashing. I have not had that much fun since Laura and I did the baja chase in Las Vegas. For this one, we were in 7 seat SUV's and we went ...
After a very early start (up at 3.20 am!), we had a good flight, though we weren't too impressed by Emirates' cabin service. Breakfast at 11am was horrid.
Entry, baggage and finding a 'ladies only' taxi was all easy.
Our hotel is wonderful - ...
Sitting at the departure lounge in Dubai. It's almost 1.30am and i haven't slept for about 24 hours. Cant wait to get to London. Flight was very long from Perth to here, was very glad to get back on hard ground! Kate's feeling as tired as me but she attempted to at least get a bit of shut eye on the floor in the airport. Hopefully by some miracle we both sleep this last leg of the trip. Here's ...
We watched endless red sand dunes over central Australia from the window but the flight path thingey died and we didn't see the rest of the trip to Dubai. We watched a movie (mine was "A Song for Marion" with Terrance Stamp & Vanessa Redgrave - excellent - and no one could see me crying as it was dark. Garry watched "American Graffiti" and we went to sleep, woken to say we would be exiting in Dubai at 12.45am and back ...