Iberotel Miramar Al Aqah Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... renovated its layered with plasters. Just behind the mosque, by going through the same entrance, you would see the two watch towers. Once you're up there you'll be in awe seeing the coast lines of Fujeirah which is already on the Gulf of Oman. The surrounding areas of the mosque were unearthed and used to be a dwelling place for reunions and activities.
On the way back to Dubai, as we drove back to the Kalba-Sharjah road, we were lucky at ...
... dishes bolted to where the roof used to be.
‘Perhaps, they’re rusty and battered to blend in with the rest of the décor!’ suggested Roisin although I couldn't help thinking she was being somewhat facetious!
Before heading back, our excursion culminated in a visit to a local super market where I bought a couple of casual shirts, some after sun and moisturiser (for Roisin, not me) and the whole thing came to about £12!
We went on the East Coast City Tour, not a huge amount to see. We saw a fort in an Oasis then drove around the countryside, finishing at the highlight which was the Fujairah Fort or Castle. Fujairah is an important port for oil which was highlighted when we left port with the number of ships waiting to come in (see ...
... haven't seen a monorail.
So things did not go as planned today but we had a nice long ride into the countryside. Saw that many things are changing, except for 4 decorated roundabouts that had the same decorations last time I was here, and got back in plenty of time for some dinner later. we'll wander around in a bit to find a place to eat. And I have clearly marked the vitamin/medicine packs now so there will be no confusion in the future.
... trodden paths.
My fun was rudely interrupted at the end of day 2 by a dodgy hot chocolate, leading to a rough night with frequent toilet visits and explosions of nastiness from both ends. With time tight I considered returning to Pokhara, but I slowly soldiered on hoping I would regain strength. A group of Aussie doctors came to my rescue recommending diluted sprite with salt to help rehydrate. This ...