UAE have definitely much to offer, there is no doubt in that. But there is always something for something and I don’t mean here money, which would be pretty obvious thing. UAE doesn’t only mean rich people, luxurious malls or interesting landscapes. It means also religion, and about that, as well in general they are pretty strict. What is sacred, is sacred and what is not allowed, is not allowed. And they keep it that way. And what is not allowed? Sex, drugs and Rock & Roll. And Pork.
Today is the post, which actually should have been posted as the first one, but it got somehow lost in between. And to be honest, there are so many things I could write about that I find it really hard to write the post, as I don’t know where to start, so it may be a bit chaotic…
Can you imagine a better place for shopping than Dubai? There are of course many other places like London, Venice, and other cities, but when it´s about service that you get, there is only one option. My first impression about Dubai is that it was made for two things: business and shopping (which is actually business as well, so let´s call it one thing). Expensive hotels, restaurants, malls and many other places invite you to spend your money at them. Continue reading I wanna be a billionaire so freaking bad…. – about Dubai Mall and Gold Souq
After my 5.30 hours long but still pleasant flight from Prague I arrived at the Dubai International Airport not as tired as I thought, I was rather stressed about it, as it was my first time outside of the Europe, and apart of that my first stay over couchsurfing at such a long distance from home. You may say I´m irresponsible to do something like that and well, maybe I am. Continue reading Everything what happened in Dubai on 31.12.14
I hope you’ve already seen my Happy New Year’s wishes at Facebook fan page. In case you’d be wondering how does the New Year’s Eve look like in Dubai, I cut for you a short movie about it. It’s not all fireworks, but also lot of traffic, where you can spend hours, but at the same time you can easily stand in the queue for metro. Best solution here would be to live in downtown 🙂 But after all this I can say, it was worth it – if not the fireworks, then the experience. I don’t go to Dubai for New Year’s Eve every year 😉
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 890 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 15 trips to carry that many people.