Fujairah Rotana Resort & Spa - Al Aqah Beach
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... being grilled in front of you to enjoy right away. Though we were interested to experience the souk once again, we opt not to pass that way. We chose the shorter way.
Among the rocky mountains of Fujeirah, you would notice the UAE flag being painted on the surface on several mountains - around 2 to 3 mountain surfaces.
You would know you are near to the main city when you have gone through the mountains and about to descend, and the ...
... in my view, too small to be classed as mountains. The smaller of the hills gives the impression of manmade slag heaps!!
The tourist literature states a notable person born here was Fayez Rashid Ahmed Hassan al-Qadi Banihammad otherwise known as one of five 9/11 hijackers aboard United Airlines Flight 175. I don’t think the Khor Fakkan Tourist Board have really embraced the whole tourism thing that is likely to bring the hordes flocking. I could do ...
... a few days ago. They said they have 40 million date trees. I wonder who counted them ? They pays no taxes. Medical is free except for a $3 PER year fee. Schooling is free, even college. Gas is cheaper than water ( also true in UAE ). Since it is predicted that the US will become an oil exporting country by 2020 I wonder if we will start receiving the these same ...
... when I go there. Back to the dunes. It was amazing to see how the car (a Pathfinder) handled in the sand. It looked like we'd get bogged straight away but must have been reasonably solid as we went along tracks with ease, climbed hills without hiccup - except once ;-) We had been going fine since hitting the sand east of Al Awir and chewing along a track beside a powerline and then through Wadi Fayah.
... second only to the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi. It's still under construction, but we were able to stop and get a picture of it.
I should mention that I'm beginning to see tents erected outside all of the mosques we pass. This is where they will feed the poor during the month of Ramadan, which begins next Wednesday. I'm leaving just in time as I wouldn't even be able to drink water while walking around Dubai; I would have to wait until I was at my hotel.