What to buy: I'm selling as-good-as-new lap tops at bottom prices!
3 DELL laptops (Inspiron and latitude) and 1 HP laptop (Pavilion)
The laptops are almost new with installed legal operating systems.
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What to pay: contact me for details!
Going on a Ferrari World Tour in Yas Island in Abu Dhabi is quite an experience as it is the only ferari themed park in the world! and what is a tour of the park without the obligatory shopping for ferrari and ferrari world souvenirs? there are a few of ferrari world shops around the complex, with the largest on the exit area, where you can buy tons and tons of scuderia ferrari and ferrari world souvenirs like shirts, caps, mugs, shot glasses, fridge magnets, keychains, ferrari car models, shorts, racing gear, lunch boxes and a lot more.
The Shops at Ferrari World Opens at 11:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday (except monday-closed)
What to buy: all the scuderia ferrari and ferrari world themed items that you want like shirts, car models, rubber shoes, caps, fridge magnets and a lot more. but the prices here are high and no haggling is allowed and unless you know a ferrari world employee (if yes, they can give you a ferrari world employee discount of 20 to 25% hehehe) then the prices of the items are still the same.
What to pay: AED 55 for fridge magnets, AED 45 for shot glasses, AED 180 to 250 for caps, AED 300 to 400 for polo shirts and a lot more. (less 20 to 25% if you know a ferrari world employee and he swipes his ferrari world employee discount card on the items you buy).
Abu Dhabi Mall and Marina Mall are the two biggest shopping centers in Abu Dhabi. Nice place to hang out for the weekend and enjoy a cup of coffee. Personally, I prefer Marina Mall which has more food outlets and more selection of shops. The usual brands like LV, Giordano, G2000, Bossini can easily be found in the malls in Abu Dhabi. There's an Ikea in Marina Mall.
I spent the entire evening window-shopping at both malls and had a cup of coffee at Starbucks. Nothing great about this malls (compared to other cities) but it provides an escape from the desert!
As I learned, every town in Arabic world has its own Souq or local market.
What to buy: The one in Abu Dhabi is interesting to see but unless you want to save money and buy "Adibos" running shoes - I wouldn't recommend shopping there.
Everything is very cheap though and you can buy almost anything.