Since I have some time today, let me address some things about my recent trip to Dubai Let me start by saying I love traveling . Travel feeds my needs for adventure in a way that I could never imagine. I love experiencing and learning about other people’s ways and culture. It’s very easy to become close minded and judgmental based on how things are at home and the perceptions the media put in our minds about certain places and we believe it. Stop listening to people and go experience it yourself, have your own stories to tell, make unforgettable memories. Every place/country is beautiful in its own way. So far there has not been a trip that I have taken and came back feeling as though I didn’t learn anything. You will either love it and want to come back or hated it and do not care to revisit. So now let’s talk about about Dubai!
Dubai has always been on my bucket list but never thought I could afford it because you always hear about how expensive it is. If you’re like me and likes to find good deals on flights/hotels or whatever. You may want to travel there during off season( if you don’t mind the heat). Dubai off season runs from may-October. I found a package including flight and 4 star hotel/ private beach in Jumeirah area for a reasonable price. First impression of Dubai. Most beautiful place I’ve ever been in, from it’s skyscrapers, man-made islands and beaches, Dubai creek, stunning views and the world ‘s biggest singing fountain display , luxurious hotels, the malls, the Souks, dune bashing in the dessert. There is so much to see and do. Architecture is huge in Dubai. The people🧒🏽: I was told that 90 % of the people there are immigrants . I seen more foreign people there than Arabs , lots of Asians, Indians, Africans, Pakistan etc. most people there were really nice, especially at the restaurants and hotels. Hospitality was the best I’ve ever experienced.