Holiday Beach Motel
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... friends are always fun. The first time we went there became unexpectedly enjoyable. I just tried calling a friend to know the name of the hotel they visited before as we just planned to have food by the beach since we only planned to have Iftar (for Muslims, Iftar is the breaking of fast after the sun sets) and go home later that night. Instead, when I called they told me that that they are also on their way to Fujeirah, halfway that was. We all ...
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Distance travelled: 334 nautical miles
I'm not normally one to go for the seminars and lectures on board (I get enough of them at home and in work!!) but I thought I’d try the first in a series of seminars by Marianne and Peter from Ulm in Germany. They are the guys that Jim and Margaret shared the taxi with yesterday in Abu Dhabi. I don’t know if it was the schadenfreude in me but I just wanted to see if the ordeal had ...
... it was. We arrived at the mall, parked, and were walking to the rental shop when we got a call asking where the car was. We said we were already back, and they said to wait at the car for them to arrive. 25 minutes later, the girl who rented the car to us finally found us. She inspects the car, signs off, and we are free to go (which was lucky because when I pulled out of where we parked the car overnight, which was pretty much a construction pull off, the car scraped ...
... feelings. I guess it's simpler, but I don't think it'd catch on at home! To avoid sounding entirely narcissistic, ill move on. We left the school later on in the day, went back to the apartment (with 6 people in the car, I may add, not the most comfortable journey I've ever been on) and then headed out for a girly night with my mum and her friend Bev, who I really like, she's a lovely lady and so easy to get on with. We spent forever in ...
KAY was the name of my web site last three years ago. I designed the site for my IT project. It was a group project actually. That is why we named it KAY. K is for Khalid, A for Ahmed and Y is for Yusuf. One fine day, I went to a café in the city of Khor Fakkan. I saw a hand washing soap box, written on it the name of the company, KAY. This attracted my attention to the fact that some things ...