Pre-Islamic communal tomb in Wadi Suq, Ras al Khaimah. Probably 2,000 years old and could have held up to 50 bodies.
Christian Velde from the RAK Dept of Antiquities explains what we are going to see.
Looking towards the terrace fields.
One of the walled fields that is still in use, complete with scarecrow in a dishdash.
Ancient and modern: Stone house on the right and the modern towers of RAK in the distance.
Malcolm outside one of the mountain houses. Why do the words "do-er up-er" spring to mind....
Grain store, built on top of a rock to prevent rodents getting in.
Heading up through the wadi to the only shady tree.
The amazing geography of the Hajer Mountains. They look like stacks of pancakes that have been pushed over.
More of the houses.
Looking back over an old stone house with RAK in the distance.