Britain's Prince Charles crisscrossed the United Arab Emirates on Monday, traveling to both a remote island in the Persian Gulf and a historic fort in the country's east for a night of classical music.
The Prince of Wales first flew by helicopter to Bu Tinah island, an archipelago 150 kilometers (90 miles) off of Abu Dhabi's west coast. While there, he rode in a dune buggy, examined pearls in oysters and took a boat ride to look at the native wildlife.
Returning later to Abu Dhabi, the prince visited Masdar City, a government-backed clean energy campus on the capital's outskirts. Meanwhile, his wife Camilla visited the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital.
After sunset, the...