UAE Day 3: Dubai

Our third day in the UAE was spent in Dubai. We saw A LOT of things. We were pretty much jumping from one attraction to another all day long. I'll just let the photos (and the captions) speak for themselves this time. :)

Dubai Gold Souk

Lots of bling bling.


Spice Souk


These are not rocks. It's chocolate! :D

Water Taxi a.k.a. Abra

Can you guess what I bought there?





This is how they water plants in Dubai.
Jumeirah Beach <3
Burj Al Arab


Apartment Buildings on the Palm Island
Atlantis Hotel

Mall of Emirates

Arab Party Women and a Funny Man from Our Tour Group


Ski Dubai. Inside the mall. Yup...
Burj Khalifa - the tallest building in the world. It's gorgeous!
Time for dinner!
The yummiest calamari I've ever eaten.


Burj Khalifa at night.





Fountains in front of Burj Khalifa/Dubai Mall

I finally tried some cupcakes from the famous Magnolia Bakery!
Red Velvet Cupcake


18 comments :

  1. Your photos are stunning :)

    i looks amazing over there

    xxx

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  2. Omigosh that mall is seriously amazing! :-)

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  3. Kaj pa huuugeee prstan :o Pa kir hud shopping mall <3

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  4. Really love the holiday photos, the food looks good and weather looks amazing! so jealous! x

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  5. This is so cool, because when i went to Dubai i went to the exact places!) I still have the ticket from the highest building you are holding, hehe. Hope you are having tons of fun!<3

    souvenirspourtoujours.blogspot.com

    x

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  6. đels! :)

    xo

    http://dejazu.blogspot.com/

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  7. Love the photos. Especially of the food!!!

    Boston Princess

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  8. Wow, stunning photos! You always take really good pictures, I am jealous.

    I awarded you the Sunshine Award, check out my blog post for the details! xx

    hollylikestoblog.blogspot.com

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  9. Oh I'm so glad you had a good time!! How good are Social House and Magnolias??

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  10. Kok fajn! Carska reporterka iz Dubaja, I must say! :)

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    1. Haha, hvala. Še kake štirje posti prihajajo, pol se bom pa umirila. :D

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  11. Sandra!!!!! To say this post excitements me is an understatement and I really mean that - My bf and I are stopping off in Dubai for a week on the way home from Europe and I could not be more excited but these pictures have excited me more!!!!! We're actually staying at the Atlantis hotel :) But we want to go atop that building like you have (the worlds biggest). I simply can't wait now. They say jewllery over there is really cheap!

    p.s So I got my coral sponge exfoliate last week that I bought after I saw it reviewed on your blog :) Ive used it for about 3 days and so far so good :) How have u found it?

    Anna xo

    http://lifesshinyprettythings.blogspot.com.au/

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  12. Have fun in Dubai! You're gonna love it! And you really do have to stop at Burj Khalifa. It's one of my favorite places in Dubai. You even have the amazing Dubai Mall next to it and the fountains that start working in the afternoon/evening. They're a must see! :) Yes, jewelry there is much cheaper. Especially gold at the gold souk.

    I'm glad that you decided to try out the sponge. To be honest, I haven't been using it for a while now because I forgot to take it with me on my trip, but I'm back on track now. I'll be using it for two weeks now and then make a review. But so far so good. I haven't noticed any major improvements regarding my spots, dry patches and blackheads, but as I have said, I haven't been using it a lot so I can't expect my skin to transform magically after just a few uses. But I do have to say that it makes my skin super soft after I use it!

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  13. Great pics Sandra! I only got to spend one night when I went but I'd love to do all the things you did! Looks like you had a great trip :)

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  14. Wow! those are very lovely pics and a good post.
    Visiting Dubai and exploring the amazing city is a lifetime experience as there are so much places to visit and things to do in Dubai.

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