Anantara Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort
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... said the males can be aggressive. And the ones we saw had tethers on their feet to keep them from moving around the paddock. They even appeared to be unable to sit down.
It seemed rather cruel.
We watched a prospective customer drive up and point out a camel he apparently wanted to buy. A group of men gathered around and there was a big commotion, but apparently the sale didn’t work out, and the man drove ...
... his legs away before the instructor could say a word! In desperation he grabbed the board and dragged it behind him before disappearing over the top and out of sight. There is definitely something to be said for being the big fish in a small pond! Still it didn't stop John having several more goes and even on occasion keeping hold of the board before accessing his bruises, and reading the disclaimer which stated this ...
... br> We willingly waited two hours in stopped traffic that night to witness the massive Silly-String wars along the Corniche. People would get out of their cars, spray each other, dance, and sit on their car hoods. See the video I posted of an adorable Silly String seller dancing. Kids were spraying adults with silly string as families strolled the sidewalk on the boulevard. Kieran, of course, had to be part of it, and got out of the car, sprayed a few dozen people, got covered ...
... the Taj Mahal, a Jedi force would NOT let me put my camera down! We did some more 'dune busting', and what was fun for the first 10 minutes became a little but more than my aforementioned sensitive stomach could handle. My travel mate Jack was more than happy to jump in the front- thank you Jack! All of the cars were white, and it was just like in the movies. We stopped at a huge dune for another photo stop. Climbing to the top was no easy feat! These dunes make ...
... the UAE for a place to visit and or work, its a chilled out place and culturally interesting, but yeah maybe the city is a little sterile and boring for the adventuresome but there are miles of sand dunes one can explore, and I hear that the beaches facing the Indian Ocean are better for surfing and snorkeling. The nearby country of "Oman" has some excellent Utah looking mountains and would be a ...