24 Comments

  1. 3rd September 2015 / 09:09

    I was really looking forward for your Dubai posts – this place is on top of my list for a long trip! Pictures are stunning! I am a bit concerned about the segregation accident that occurred to your friend – I can understand we must respect other cultures but still I find it a bit forced for such advanced place!

    Looking forward for other pictures!
    Enjoy!

    Corie
    http://www.barefootinluxembourg.com

  2. 3rd September 2015 / 12:50

    Again amazing pictures and excellent information about the train – so nice that the girl told you that, who wants to be fined! I loved the views and knowing that there is a cheese cake factory there! Hope you enjoy your trip a lot!
    DenisesPlanet.com

  3. 3rd September 2015 / 13:19

    Ah plane troubles suck! Those views are amazing though! Dubai sounds like an interesting place.

  4. 3rd September 2015 / 14:17

    So sorry to hear about your flight delays that would have me panicking so badly! These photos are absolutely stunning and are making me excited to visit Dubai!

    http://www.abigailalicex.com

  5. 3rd September 2015 / 15:27

    Love the Burj Khalifa. Went last year and the views are stunning. Glad you got up for your reservation. xx

  6. 3rd September 2015 / 17:44

    Wonderful Dubai ! These areas in metro must be strange ! Enjoy your travel 🙂

  7. 3rd September 2015 / 23:19

    It's good you finally made it there. Interesting about the segregated train car. I wasn't aware that kind of thing still existed.

  8. 4th September 2015 / 08:25

    Flight delays drive me bonkers, lol. It's a different culture there, interesting about the train, I thought it was optional. At least there was comfort in finding the Cheesecake Factory. Pity about the spice market. 🙂
    Cast-Iron Cooking

  9. 4th September 2015 / 08:40

    I can see that you made the most of your first day in Dubai and your photos are stunning! We have just returned home having spent a couple of days there on the way to and from Vietnam. It is hot at the moment but I hope you manage to visit the Creek and the Al Fahidi Historical District with the wind towers. One of my favourite cafés, XVA is there too. It has a pretty courtyard but I think it may be closed for the summer.

  10. 4th September 2015 / 12:24

    Wow, Dubai looks amazing through your lens! Sorry to hear that you got there on Wednesday morning, instead of Tuesday evening. Have fun! Looking forward to see your next post!

  11. 4th September 2015 / 22:18

    Such spectacular shots, and very interesting to get an insight into life in Dubai including travelling on the trains

    Suze | LuxuryColumnist

  12. 5th September 2015 / 21:07

    Your salads looks good. Dubai looks so modern and everything looks new.

  13. 14th September 2015 / 04:35

    Wow sounds like quite a stressful journey getting there!
    That's interesting about the subway system separating the genders – I never knew it would be like that.

Leave a Reply