Tulip Inn Sharjah
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... water we have drunken and sweated out already today. A change of clothes and then off on our Arabian Adventures Sundowner- Dune Dinner Safari. We've got back from the Arabian Desert, what a fantastic afternoon, night and dinner. Rode Rockie the camel and was driven over sand dunes and finished the evening with meal & beers. Today was so hot the metal frames of my glasses almost burned my face & I would recommend plastic frames to anyone travelling to Dubai. ...
Off early today, making the most of our last day in the city. We had decided to start in the old Bastakiya quarter to see something other than modern buildings and were entranced by what we found: narrow streets and passages twisting and turning amongst pale sand-coloured buildings all set against an azure blue sky, small courtyards with shady trees and shops selling all manner of Arabic goods.
It was very quiet with ...
Today we went into the Dubai Mall, the largest Shopping Mall in the World along with the largest building in the world. Some Burj Al Whatever, bloody huge anyhow. The Mall had over 1200 shops with most being department name brand stores. We were ...
... the top experience - Emirates First Class lounge at Dubai....sensational
Best moment of triumph - beating all the young bucks in a flat out race of 6km back to Sarp roundabout after Mick Rogers won. I couldn't get anywhere near them on the climbs but on the flat was a different matter. I streeted them back to Lortet as well - 35kms.
Best relaxing experience - Balnea Spa at Loudenveille, especially the Japanese ...
... bed. At the restaurant the waiter was asking us all what we wanted. When he got to Bernadette he said "and for you? Pretty girl". It seemed ok to hear that but if in Australia we would probably not have stood for it. Accommodation nice. Very basic but so clean and the people bending over backwards with friendliness. That goes a long way. We felt like honoured guests at their ...