Jormand Apartments-- King Faisal

King Faisal Road, Sharjah, 781, United Arab Emirates | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sharjah


A travel blog entry by gisnoborders


... all of this. I am enthusiastic about the idea because veterans of the industry have said it has never been done before and it sounds like an interesting concept to them. I like meeting new people and it's a great way to make connections when things are casual and the atmosphere is relaxed rather than professional and business negotiations are going on. Not that I'd mind if they ended up going on because of such an event...

Lawrence just outside of Arabia

A travel blog entry by emand


... what I found striking was not the size, but rather the repetition in patterns. Each area seems a near reflection of every other area with the same shops and restaurants and even leisure lounges (with some exceptions, of course). In the end, it gives an impression much more of a dystopian consumer society with no end in sight.

Of course, despite this curious element, the buildings are quite beautiful to behold and the colors blend in nicely. There are a ...

First meet with town

A travel blog entry by yulia_vasylenko


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Day 2 - Dubai Stopover

A travel blog entry by masters2013


... br> Back to the hotel and a swim for the girls before our Dune Safari. We shared our transport with Sue and Shirley; two Brit teachers and great company. The Dune Safari is well worth the cost. We had a great time; highlights were the 45 min ride over the dunes and the BBQ - the food was surprisingly excellent. The drive back to Dubai was a struggle to stay awake and 10min from the hotel traffic stopped for 30 min for an accident.
Collapsed into bed after a very long ...

Dubai/Singapore Day 3

A travel blog entry by jmallbut

... is private although there is one public hospital. It was unexpectedly cheap. A two course Lebanese meal last night cost us £30. A water taxi across the Creek cost us 20p each. The metro cost £1.20 for 10/12 stops. The trains are driverless. The metro is also a great way to see the city as it is on a track up high. Nothing seems overly expensive. We notice that the streets are full of men, rarely women. Some in the Malls. Life seems to take place in ...


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