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1. Posted by dee23 (Budding Member 42 posts) 10y

Hey

I might be going to Dubai for a week in June. What will the weather be like? Will we be able to go to the beach and waterparks or will it be too hot??? And is it important to cover up?

All help appreciated

Thanks:)

Dx

2. Posted by Tooner (Budding Member 11 posts) 10y

Hey Dee
I was in Dubai last year June for a week, and let me tell you...it was HOT!!! It was up to 40 degrees and even hotter in the desert. Funnily enough though, you can get used to it after a few days and it kind of becomes the norm. It's definitely noticeable walking out from the air-conditioned hotels, and the heat just hits you. You can absolutely still got to the beach and the Wild Wadi WaterPark is a definite must to stay cool. I'd always recommend sun screen ( a higher factor than normal) and a hat would be ok.
It's just really how you respond to the heat......drink lots of water though.

Have a fab time

3. Posted by dee23 (Budding Member 42 posts) 10y

Hi All

Im definitly going now! will be there from 20th - 25th June. Thanks for your reply Tooner.
All other advice and tips for my trip would be really appreciated!!

DX

4. Posted by bumble bee (Full Member 8 posts) 10y

Hi there!
I wouldn't really say you have to cover up, it's definitely not the law (except going topless, that's illegal) and there are lots of people who wear anything they want (ie short skirts and revealing tops). But it's really a matter of preference, you may notice some uncomfortable stares from the locals and construction workers if you're dressed "seductively." I've lived there for many years, I'd be happy to help you if you have any more questions! Enjoy your trip, Dubai's like no where else!

5. Posted by dwalker66 (Full Member 210 posts) 10y

June now, and according to the thermometer in my car it's 45 out there today! Luckily everywhere is air con'd. The only con'd you'll be while you are here.

My advice as to what to wear, dress conservative the first time you go out, see what others wear (or get a way with) and see how comfortable you would be with the stares that others get.

David

6. Posted by nkandsl (Budding Member 6 posts) 10y

hi there

i am going over to Dubai in July and everyone tells me i will not be able to sunbathe as its so hot. If this true???? I am going out looking for work as my man lives out there. Anyone got some advice to give me so i can find a job to be with my man???

Thanks

7. Posted by dwalker66 (Full Member 210 posts) 10y

You will be able to sunbathe, go to a beach or a place where there is a chilled pool so you have somewhere to cool off in!

Re work, what do you do? There are hosts of reputable, and many none reputable, employment agencies, they all demand that you are here for interviews and very few have anything to do with yuo until you arrive.

Also check out the gulf news as there are employment pages every day bar Friday and Saturday. Get someone to save the pages a week prior to your arrival. And bring plenty of CV's with you. Yuo will also need copies of degrees etc, so if you have them, photocopy them and leave the originals back home!

When you say "you're man" are you married - just be careful as technically it is still illegal to live as man and woman without being married. I am sure the Police would not hunt you oput, but if yuo have neighbiours that think it is a bad thing, they could dob you in!

8. Posted by nkandsl (Budding Member 6 posts) 10y

thanks for you reply.

so do you think i will have better luck just moving out there and seeing??? Im a manger of a health club is there positions like that available?????

me and my man are not married but we understand that we will have to get married, so need to see about that too.

do you think my cat would be ok in such a warm climate???

9. Posted by dwalker66 (Full Member 210 posts) 10y

Health Clubs setting up everywhere, usually part of a hotel where as you will get accomodation provided in a complex, this always a good bet as then you can "stay" with your man lots as aposed to living with him, and providing you have proof of living somewhere else, then you should be fine.

There are many agencies here that could help you. My own advice would be to come for the trip in July and check the place out agency wise, send off a few CV's to Hotels and Clubs etc.

Re the cat, is it an indoor one, then no worries, but remember, most accomodations here are in high rise buildings, so where would it go, unless it can use a lift of course!

Also if you ebd up in hotel accomodation in a complex, you may not be allowed a cat, i would wait a while and look at your circumstances before you rush into the cat. I go two dogs here (I live in a villa) now, from the rescue center, there are so many cats here up for adoption! You can leave your cat with a friend or relative, then you'll be wiser - certainly initially!

10. Posted by nkandsl (Budding Member 6 posts) 10y

thanks again for your help i think thats all i need to know for now but if there is any more questions then i will ask you so i will have a wee think. Hopefully i will find work when i get out there.