Cove Rotana Resort Ras Al Khaimah
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it is being managed by Golden Tulip Hotel, where they turned it into a spa and renovated the whole surroundings of the hot spring with complete facilities.
The spa has separated the pool for the ladies and men, but the source of the water is in the men's pool and an attached motor transporting the hot water to the ladies' pool is visible.
Khatt Hot Sping
If you ask people outside of RAK about Khatt Hot Spring, they are not ...
... up, it was almost like a rock slide going down. It was steep, there were loose rocks, our legs were quite tired, and the sun was unrelenting, beating down on us. There was a single goat running around on the hill besides us, but it disappeared once it become aware of our presence. Slowly and surely, we made our way down, taking numerous breaks along the way. Above the goat paddock, there was a small rock house surrounded by the ancient ruins of the small community that ...
... very full on and extroverted, and there's nothing wrong with that, but since I had had a 'people' overload that evening, I wasn't in the mood to deal with extroverted, flirty people. For example, there was a guy there who was insistent that he wanted to get me drunk and dance with me. Nuh huh, I don't think so. Luckily, we didn't stay long and we went back to the apartment. I spent a lovely evening with my mum watching ugly Betty. TTFN! ...
... and nice village with a harbor where the
katamarans from Muscat arrives. We checked different tours along the coast and
tomorrow we’re going for a dolphin watching trip, some snorkeling and pure
Since there is a beautiful beach in the town we decided to sleep on the
beach tonight, without tent. We bought lof of good food, fruits and then we
parked ourselves on the beach. Robert made a nice fire place on the beach. ...
We left home around 6 am, and made a short stop at a local bakery for mana'eesh (flatbread baked with cheese, meat, and/or za'tar) before heading to the UAE/Oman border. It was a short drive (about 20 minutes) and the crossing was straightforward. I was surprised that it took as long as it did, the largest delay coming at the office where we had to buy Omani car insurance. I stayed in the car with the ...