Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa - Al Aqah Beach
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- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
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... Ocean before driving on to the oldest mosque in the UAE at al-Badiyah. No non-muslims were allowed inside as apparently 5 or so years previously some Russian tourists decided to sit inside the mosque drinking beer so the local government banned tour groups from entering the mosque. Nearby was the remains of an old Portuguese fortress which had great views over the mountains. Our final stop was at the Fujairah fortress, the oldest fortified building ...
... we arrived at the hotel where we have to stay. The kind of hotel where we stayed is actually overwhelming for the kind of trips we did and the time spent. Considering that we arrived very late in the evening and had to check out the next day at midday, it was too much to pay for even if we say that it was during Ramadan season and the rates are really low. The kind of trip that we made is actually good for a motel-kind-of-stay since we just needed a ...
... there are only 3 choices of organised tour from the ship of which one is a trip to a nearby hotel where you can relax by the pool, enjoy their spa facilities and have a buffet lunch and pay €40 for the privilege, things must be desperate. Who would pay for this when all the above is free on board!!
We continued to walk along the Corniche past what supposed to be a park. This was a narrow but lengthy strip of land between the promenade and the beach ...
... in public today, we are both wearing shorts. A gentleman at the front office stops me and says if I want to visit the mosque, I am going to need to put on an abbaya - the total black dress covering the entire body, plus a black scarf. I'm game so he gives me one which goes over my body but the sleeves are too skinny to get my hands through the holes so only my fingers are sticking out. The mosque was Bidiya Mosque and is dated about ...
... manner of vehicles. Not put off, the next day I opted for the 7 hour bus journey on mountain roads to Pokhara in favour of the straightforward 30 minute flight. This ride through the countryside was spectacular, fascinating and went more smoothly than my attempt to leave the hostel at the crack of dawn to catch my bus. Closing the door of one building and crossing the courtyard into the reception building ...