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... UAE, which was built by the British after they destroyed the village of Fujairah. There are partially restored buildings and ruins in the village which was quite interesting. We then had a 2 hour drive back to Dubai.
When we got back to the hotel we went straight out for dinner. For dessert we had ice cream at a place called Cold Stone Creamery. We didn't ...
... Good thing it rained hard the night before in that area and the sand were quite hard and we didn't have to struggle with our steps. Unfortunately, during this trip we did not pass by the old road where there is a souk (market) beside the road. That area is interesting. You would have lots of choices on what fruits to buy, gorgeous and beautiful carpets, pots, lamps, lanterns, sculptures, fountains, garden ornaments, plant, seedlings, and even corns ...
... us to Dead Man’s Cove in Hispaniola!’
‘No, it’s Khor Fakkan’, someone then announced. ‘I’ve just asked the crewman’
‘I thought it was!!’ exclaimed the man who originally proclaimed that we were back in Dubai.
At this point Roisin could see that I was about to say something that I may later have to rely on in court so she did the correct thing and dragged me inside!!
... think. Abdul kept saying that Mohammed had built it. I'm not an Islam scholar but I think the time line there is faulty. Whenever and whoever built it, it's a small mud mosque that has been refurbished. There were 2 men inside praying so I didn't go in as I don't like to bother anyone in their worship but Abdul came along and went in and told them both that I was coming inside so there I went. Still, we got to see it and the group that ...
... at 48*C/118*F. Soon enough, we boarded the bus to head to the city of Fujairah. In a small town on the way to Fujairah sits the oldest mosque in the UAE, and one of the smallest in my opinion. Because it's Friday, the Islamic holy day, few Muslims work, so more men were at the mosque for the afternoon prayer. However, we still stopped to take pictures. I climbed up the hill to the 2 watch towers above to look at the tree farms all around.
Back on the road, we ...