Umm Al Quwain Beach Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... I got a tattoo (see picture), actually all the girls did! Finally we watched a belly dancing display and then the lights were turned off for us to see the stars and the desert in the dark. The sand dunes in the distance had been lit up by spot lights - an amazing site. Unfortunately, camera pictures did not turn out. I'm hoping one of the Grissies got a great shot. It was beautiful, much better in real life. Great way to end the evening. Fun and ...
... Wondering around the Mall though is a wonder in it's self. There all sorts of shops here, everything from Hershey's World of Chocolate to a Disney Fashion store and a Ducati themed cafe. There is even an area that sells shoes and nothing but shoes. And of course no shopping Mall is complete without an olympic sized ice rink! Found some collectables shops selling everything from a life size Hulk figure to Harry Potter wands. Some of the Iron Man merchandise was ...
... circuit of it. I also spotted a few Bugatti Veyrons (one the road and another one in the shop), a couple of Ferraris and Maseratis (not many Lamborghinis surprisingly).
After this I headed back to the Apartment and tried to look into booking the bus and accommodation in Oman. That should be my next destination. It wasn't easy to work it out online but finally I found some information about ONTC (Omani National Transport Company) which has buses twice a day to ...
... Then main course was also Arabic foods and I was more careful but beef, chicken and some different salads were there. Just prepared differently. While everyone was eating mains entertainment was a lovely young female belly dancer. She performed for several dancers. After finishing we had Baklava for dessert and all the lights were turned off to star gaze for 5 minutes. It really is amazing how big the sky really is in the desert with out the lights. Finally ...
After 30 or so hours we made it to Dubai! The 2hr first flight we had was very turbulent and gave the illusion of imminent death. With much relief we landed in Auckland for a 5 hr wait to connect to Melbourne. We were very happy to secure emergency exit seats for the next lot of flights all the way to Dubai. This is much more comfortable being able to stretch ...