Sharjah’s Oasis

It is late and I am buzzing.

Suffice to say we went to the desert for a pseudo-traditional evening – including incense, henna, a banquet on a Persian rug and possibly the best doughnuts I have ever eaten.

I am sure there will be photos in due course.

Probably of me trying to look regal while riding a former racing camel.

For now, I revel in the silly joy of tourist traps.

It was genuinely fun.

Especially once we all unwound and the caterers had a go on the camels and the kids started creeping into the photos.

It was adorable.

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