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Now back to a gravel road, we drove to another mountain range where we were to have lunch. The gravel turned into a dried out river bed of huge rocks which we bounced across to get to a natural spring area for our picnic lunch. This time our seat belts kept us from hitting the ceiling.
... 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 ...
... when there were fishermen segregating the fishes they caught. I thought they're going to sell it but the catch were intended for the Iftar time. It was amazing to see lots of fishes being rested on the large - what seems to be a net. The local owner was generous enough to give us 3 plastic bags or could have been more as we were asked to take what we can. Fresh fish - good food. I already had plans then on what to do with those fresh catch.
... way back along the Corniche we bumped in to Captain Ponte who was talking to some locals who were sanding behind a wire mesh. It turns out they were excavating some long lost building of a bygone civilisation. I was going to ask the Commandante for a photo as we missed out on the one last night but I thought ‘leave the man be’. He is probably worn out after all that hand shaking and smiling and just out for a peaceful stroll.
On deciding to take ...
... 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 ...