Be careful about taking pictures
Don't take pictures of local women. It's considered inappropriate and offensive. Well, I understand them. I wouldn't like some crazy foreigner to take pictures of me...
Don't wear too revealing clothes when going out to the city.
A stadium in the desert
The Emirate of Abu Dhabi has constructed a beautiful stadium for the cricket enthusiasts. The stadium has been constructed in the outskirts of the main city on the left side of the Highway that leads to Al Ain city.
The covered part of the stadium has been designed in the shape of a cricket cap. The ground itself is strips of dark and light green grass. Various company and inter-city tournaments are played in this ground.
We climbed up the highest elevation under the covered roof and were totally exhausted in so doing. The general ticket holders sit on the slopes of beautifully landscaped hills on the other 3 sides.
Architecturally inspired by arabic traditions
The mall has provision for 160 retail outletswith diffrent stores like debenhams, accessorise, Naomi, via spega..etc .As well as resturants and cafe. moreovver, there is a three story supermarket (Lulu) for grocery.In the near future the mall will also include amusement area. Bowling alleys, billiards, virtual games and a soft play area for the little ones. In addition to 4 cinema halls. Debanhams for all wat women, men, and kids need starting from the shoe till the hat., Naomi for ladies sleep dress , and my faviourate shoes shop via Spega their designs are elegant. there is ATM machines in the mall so you can get cash at any time. you can use either US dollar or UAE Dirhams (prefer Dirhams) and any kind of Vis, Master card.
From Riyadh to Abu Dhabi, we took Saudia Airlines . This is the second time i tried Saudi Arabia's national flag carrier. Personally, the service and food for First class was great (during the first tiem i travel from Manila to Riyadh) but for their economy which i tried recently, the aircraft was really bad. Malfunctioning aircondiontioned, average taste of food and the flight attendants look very tired and exhausted.
offers authentic Levantine
The restaurant is specious and appealing, with stone floors and tables, with quick and friendly
The decor is tacky, with a glitter ball adorning the ceiling, and it’s so loud you’ll struggle to talk, but the food is good, cheap and plentiful.
Open Daily 11pm-3.30am. get stuck into the range of staple Arabic dishes – a tahini-rich homous, lemony tabbouleh, vine leaves and garlickly green beans, which are all above average. For mains, go for the mixed grill.