Umm Al Quwain Beach Hotel
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... and found a corner store and bought water. This beach was just as beautiful and at least had a bunch of people there.
Back on the bus to get to the metro stop to go for beer and we missed the stop. We ended going to the end of the bus line and catching the metro there. So we really really got our money's worth because our bus pass cards were depleted. The good news that the bus ride was free! BTW there are separate trains in the metro for women and children only. ...
After breakfast at the hotel with the McCarthys, Di and I headed out for a day on our own. Taxied to a tour of the Jumeirah Mosque, conducted by a group devoted to bridging religious and cultural differences. The mosque itself was not an overly impressive edifice -- which in itself was refreshing and the hostesses' talk was informative and encouraging. We then spent considerable in ...
... were either nonchalant or brusque and dismissive. We had breakfast, packed, checked out, and when we came out of the hotel, they were all being driven away in a line. When we came back from the boat trip there was no trace of them. So the whole gigantic Palace Square was full of precise lines of these vehicles from approximately 5am to 11am and then they were removed. WTF!! Boat trip- a 1 hour boat trip ...
... and across the dunes. Sand was flying everywhere. David sat in the middle seat between Lesley and me, and we were all holding on for grime death. It was fun but after about 30 minutes it was time for a rest. We stopped in the middle of nowhere in the desert and walked in the sand and took a few photos. Back into the vehicles, across more sand dunes to the wildlife reserve. The wildlife were very photogenic and some not so. In the reserve ...
... to its feet and perhaps thinking it could get out of taking us for a ride sat down again. Our newly made friends were laughing, the guides were shouting "Hold on!" while Rhianwyn - who could only reach the handle with one of her hands was holding on for dear life as John also tried not to loose his grip. The camel made it quite clear he was going nowhere. Cautiously we got off, not wanting him to suddenly get ...