Taking other space for parking…
No available space for this car to park…
Posted by Inday Bisdak on December 4, 2009
Posted by Inday Bisdak on December 3, 2009
Decorative cars with national flag and the image of the UAE ruler.
Posted by Inday Bisdak on December 2, 2009
Emirates Palace employees stand in formation as they showcase the human UAE flag at Emirates Palace. Around 600 Emirates Palace employees will also showcase the largest human flag which represents over 50 nationalities.
The flag represents over 50 different nationalities in the run-up to this special occasion with unique National Day greetings in all languages.
Emirates Palace will dramatically light up the night sky with an uniquely designed and orchestrated laser show that will start at sunset and end at midnight
On National Day, Emirates Palace will stage the world’s largest pyrotechnics display and storm into the Guinness Book of Records. The skyline of Abu Dhabi will be lit up with displays of up to 2,000 metres high.
As well I extend my greetings to every Emirati on the occasion of the UAE National Day.
Posted by Inday Bisdak on December 1, 2009
Way down on our trip in the desert we saw a family of Camels, it seem they enjoy walking on the aisle of the pavement road. Camel walking along the road sometimes creating a driving hazard and roads traffic mess jam.
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 30, 2009
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 29, 2009
Quack! If it walks like a duck, looks like a duck or swims like a duck, then you are in the right place. We know wild and domestic ducks.
They like heat such as a light, make sure it’s not to hot. Plenty of water to play in and drink.
And always keep them together. They will group up together and comfort one another A cage that no other animals can get in will be calm down and relax for them.
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 28, 2009
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 27, 2009
Eid Al-Adha is a holiday marking the end of the Hajj, the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca which is one of the greatest religious observances in Islam.
Eid al-Adha is the second most important Islamic holiday after Ramadan.
While Eid is an occasion for joy and happiness and widely popular amongst the Muslim community and the Arab country around the world.
The family observed Eid al-Adha by slaughtering an animal and sharing the meat with neighbors, family members and the poor,
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 26, 2009
The art of Tattooing has become a craze amongst youngsters. The art of tattooing has exploded! There is no hard and fast rule or limitation, so you can easily let your imagination get wild and get tattooed.
Posted by Inday Bisdak on November 25, 2009
Gold so looks like the next mania…
Wherever you look on the television, in the local paper or walking down the High Street, it is clear that there is money to be made out of gold,’
Don’t Buy Gold Until you Compare Gold Prices and Gold Dealers at gold price.