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  • Around the Gulf States 2017In Feb 2017, I had the opportunity to visit a couple of old friends of mine who at the time lived in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). After reading a bit about the country, and with a map in front Posted by JSerpa in One World | Oct 14, 2020
  • Dusit thani hotel (5*)#Propertydiscription: The dusit thani 5 star hotel are plush accommodation in high end hotel with dining and spa,are located to 925 SULTAN BIN ZAYED THE FIRST STREET. (al muroor Road)- abudhabi. If u are living inside the city of abudhabi u can Posted by Travelblogs.com in Desert tour in #moreebdunes @abudhabi ua | Oct 13, 2020
  • Desert tour in #moreebdunes @abudhabi uaThe morrebdunes are located to liwa united arab Emirates, it will take long way to travel before reach the place of morrebdunes,2 hour and 57 minutes if u are from the city of abudhabi,,anyway it's worth it when u reach Posted by Travelblogs.com in Desert tour in #moreebdunes @abudhabi ua | Oct 13, 2020
  • Time to flyWe've packed up, a few kilos over our luggage allowance but we expected it. Excited to finally be going to the airport, it feels like we are going on holiday rather than relocating to another country. DXB appeared to be busy Posted by ClareSharms in The Sharma Adventures | Jul 28, 2020
  • Almost Time to Fly...After a challenging few months, it is finally time to leave Dubai for our new adventure in Thailand. We are leaving with mixed emotions, relief after the COVID-19 led to a lengthy lock down and distance learning, sadness as we Posted by ClareSharms in The Sharma Adventures | Jul 27, 2020
  • Bahrain and United Arab Emirates (UAE) ==Kingdom of Bahrain== We flew from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to Manama, the capital of Bahrain, where we spent two full days. We enjoyed Bahrain primarily because of their archaeological sites and histo Posted by janejoe in Arabian Peninsula - 2020 | Mar 1, 2020
  • Half way home.We are currently sitting in the Dubai airport waiting for our flight to Melbourne. Had a good flight from Senegal. The plane was only half full so we were able to stretch out! Will soon be back in OZ! Jen. Posted by DebandJen in Deb, Jen and Kel. | Feb 9, 2020
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  • Departure DayHey guys! So I was supposed to leave Australia on Monday the 6th of January....but in my life nothing ever goes exactly to plan.....in this particular case, I was packing everything up the day before I was due to fly out Posted by Estudio_español in Estudiar español en México | Jan 11, 2020
  • Dubai===December 2019=== As the plane approached Dubai the clouds parted to reveal a pristine desert below us. Then as we got closer the view began to change, the desert was now filled with small constru Posted by MAd4travel in MAd4Travel | Dec 22, 2019
  • DubaiOur last day in Dubai we decided to go to the Miracle Gardens which were pretty impressive. They would want to be as it took an hour and half travelling time to get to them. The ship did not offer Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Dec 9, 2019
  • Important steps to follow while applying for jobs in DubaiDubai is a heaven of employment opportunities across various industries. Tax-free income, diverse working culture, quality lifestyle, global exposure, and safe environment are few of the primary reasons for many of the job seekers to aspire a long-term ca Posted by george43 in Important steps to follow while applying | Dec 8, 2019
  • Abu DhabiWe arrived into Abu Dhabi and met our friend Tim who lives there outside the port. We started with a drive through the downtown area before going onto the Louvre (60 Dirhams/AUD$24). The building was pretty amazing and huge, like Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Dec 8, 2019
  • Sir Bani YasSir Bani Yas is the largest natural island, located 170km southwest of Abu Dhabi, in the UAE. The ship anchored off the island and we took a tender on shore. Unless you booked a tour which would visit the island Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Dec 6, 2019
  • Khor Al FakkanWe arrived into Khor al Fakkan at around 8am. We had at the last minute decided to book a tour from the ship as it didn’t seem that there was too much to see or do at the port. The Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Dec 2, 2019
  • DubaiWe arrived into Dubai at 2pm. We decided to lash out and bought a tour to do a dessert dinner. It was so worth the money, it was a great afternoon/evening. We were picked up at the port by our Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Dec 2, 2019
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  • Adelaide to RomeThe day had finally come to fly to Rome in preparation for our NCL Arabian Odyssey Cruise with Norwegian Cruise Lines from Rome to Dubai, through the southern Mediterranean and Middle East. I was in great anticipation that the Posted by JosieandShane in Josie-and-Shane | Nov 6, 2019
  • First stop: DubaiIn mid September is is still suffocatingly hot in Dubai. Overnight lows only descend to around 32 degrees and by mid afternoon have climbed to around 39. It is also surprisingly humid, as we discovered when our sunglasses fogged up Posted by suel1960 in Europe 2019 | Sep 15, 2019
  • Dubai is a Taste of the Exotic in a Tiny Country Dubai Waterfront, called "The Creek" Shopping for underwear in NOT how I like to begin a trip to a foreign country. Yet, there I was, in Dubai on a Saturday morning -- wearin Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Jul 29, 2019
  • its a long, long way to …Never ever in my life have I undergone such a torture as today! I don't know what happened, but from the moment we left Amsterdam, kids and todlers started screaming and crying all around us. All through the flight we Posted by Ils1976 in Sri Lanka & Maldives | Jul 28, 2019
  • Dubai We left at 11pm last night for a 13 hour flight to Dubai. Met a couple of girls in the restroom queue and danced in the aisle to bananarama. Exercise done. Managed to sleep a lot and arrived fresh and Posted by Aussiewanderers in Norway trip | Jun 21, 2019
  • AsiaFrom Rome I'll fly to Dubai. I'll fly with the famous airlines, Emirates. I'll stay at the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Hotel. It will cost me $1660! However it comes with a beach view, free WiFi and free breakfast. The Posted by Tharaniyan in World Tour | Jun 2, 2019
  • Dubai Layover 2: Boats and BurjWe flew from Capetown back to Johannesburg for one last time then on to Dubai. We had about 10 hours to spend in Dubai, already booked up with reservations, and the airline provided a free day room for us to Posted by zihuatcat in Escape from Reality | Jun 2, 2019
  • Dubai to Singapore - Sunday, 5 May 2019Roda Al Bustan Airport Hotel - Room 321 By the time I got to bed last night (this morning) it was 2.45 am so we set the alarm for 8.30 am as we didn't want to miss breakfast, which finished at Posted by gaddingabout in To London, To London, To Visit The Queen | May 6, 2019
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