Christmas market in Dubai: done. 🙌 Coming up next week: Prague (Czech Republic), Vienna (Austria), Munich (Germany), Nuremberg (Germany), Zurich (Switzerland), Lucerne (Switzerland), Interlaken (Switzerland), Gstaad (Switzerland), Montreux (Switzerland). After Christmas: Thun (Switzerland), Bern (Switzerland), Basel (Switzerland), Colmar (France). And back to Zurich, Vienna and Prague for NYE. Just like Santa Claus - traveling around the world. 😂🎄🎊💫
With so many expats and tourists in the GCC, English is commonly spoken here. However, after living in the region a while, you're sure to find a few key words and phrases that you'll either hear, or find yourself saying as you navigate daily life. For example, Chayf haa-lak? (to male) and Chayf Haa-lich (to female) - this is how you say "How's it going/How are you?" in Gulf Arabic. In Lebanese Arabic, it would be pronounced "Kifak/Keefak" for a man and "Kifek/Keefek" for a woman.
Dubai’s new icon. The world’s largest ferris wheel. It’s truly giant. Work still in progress. There will be 48 passenger capsules installed, which will each be able to fit 40 passengers. They’ll be so spacious that you’ll be able to stroll around inside them. Cannot wait.
The world citizen is a small leaf on the giant tree of life. The world citizen does not see a difference between the branch they were born on and the remaining branches on the tree, because they understand well that we are all connected to the same roots.🌳 The world citizen sees each section of the world as part of their arm, leg, eyes, and heart. They do not class, contain or separate themselves or their identity by ethnicity, nationality OR religion - because they see their existence as a small part of a greater whole. 💚 The earth is but ONE country and Mankind its citizens. Thank you for hosting me, Poland! #yetanotherhome#worldcitizen#newadventuresahead