The little traffic there is, is deadly!
It seems as the locals driving on these roads do not have enough thrills in their lives.....do watch out for them little devils! Hang on to that seatbelt....
And do have a spare tyre....youll see the reason why on your way driving past pieces of blown up rubber.
Watch out for crossing camels....
And finally, make sure you have a map (there is a free one in the telephone book) and dirrection with you - you wont see any signing most of the time! There are a lot of detours out there....best advise is to try to avoid Sharjah.
Take the Emirates Highway by the Intl Dubai Airport.
- Road Trip
Only the Law
Infringments of the Laws of Sharia are severe in the extreme. take care to read up on them.
Want to take a photo of a local girl or woman? DON'T !!! Unless you ask first. It is very insulting to take a photo without asking first and you could find your camera being confiscated and you receiving a penalty.
Apart from these 2 aspects you should no problems in Fujairah or in the Uae itself.
- Historical Travel
- Arts and Culture
- Family Travel
Tar on the Beach
We did not know that there was tar on the beach and we went walking only to find out there was tar all over our legs and feet...
I imagine it would be such a disaster if it gets onto your hair...
the life guard on the beach probably has the towelletes to take tar off..you can ask them for some... they are stubborn to wash away with water alone...
- Diving and Snorkeling
- Luxury Travel