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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 ...
... and agreed to meet at a point when we reach Fujeirah.
On the way to Fujeirah you will experience the dessert sand, the interesting souks, the long tunnels underneath the rocky mountains, and passing through the rocky mountains broken to make way for the roads, and thinking of options on where to pass through.
We did not hesitate any minute when we passed by a beautifully landscaped-by-the-wind sand dune, we immediately had pictures ...
... is a town located along the Gulf of Oman on the east coast of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The town, the second largest on the east coast after Fujairah and is set on the picturesque bay of Khor Fakkan, which means "Creek of Two Jaws" in Arabic.
Khor Fakkan is a small town that is surrounded by rocky hills. Rocky Hills sounds like it should be the name of an overweight Australian 70s TV detective!! The hills are very craggy and devoid of any vegetation ...
... 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 ...
... most important part of Fujairah-the oil port. There were thousands of tanks, lining both sides of the street, filled with oil to be shipped around the world. As we neared the capital city, we saw one of the oldest forts in the UEA. Around it is a heritage village that's being restored. From the top, it's possible to see the new mosque being built in Fujairah. It's distinctive because it is the only mosque in the UAE to have 6 minarets; it will be the 2nd largest mosque in ...