Fujairah Food and History TourMay 31, 2014
Posted by Kanga. Please do not reblog.
First a word of explanation, at the end of July our residency in the United Arab Emirates will come to an end. We are moving to Shanghai, China. A new job and a new cultural adventure await us. This is why the blog posts have been few and far between lately. First I was spending a lot of time job hunting and now we are spending a lot of time with the paperwork and errands involved in extracting ourselves from one country and moving into another. It is time consuming.
We are also having as many farewell get togethers as we can. Today was number three, a Fujairah food and history tour.
We began with breakfast at Saffron, a vegetarian Indian restaurant at the Perfume Roundabout. This is ghee roast dosa. We also had idly, vada, poori baji, and tea. Well, some of us had tea. Those who arrived late were shocked to hear the waiter say that they were out of tea. What Indian restaurant runs out of tea?
Next was a quick stop at Fujairah Fort. The high temperature today was 99F/38C, so it was a bit unpleasant to be getting out of the car.
We drove up Wadi Mahdab to see a couple of archeological sites – copper smelting area and old irrigation trough. Again, it was blazing hot, so we didn’t dilly dally.
We then drove to Gizemri and Wadi Sahm to take brief looks at various archeological sites and goats.
Lunch at Oriental Restaurant, in which we stuffed ourselves with wonderful food.
Easy come, easy go.
We finished with the bull butting competition.
A lovely day with good food and good friends.
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