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... countries. The chador (that big black tablecloth-like piece of fabric draped over whatever else you're wearing) is not compulsory. Many women, especially younger ones, opt for a type of trench coat over their trousers, supposedly loose fitting, but the girls are wearing them tightly fitting, sometimes in colours and patterns. The headscarf is moving further & further back, exposing a lot of hair in the process, and makeup is ...
... made this meeting one of the most interesting ones for me so far. International SOS is the world’s leading medical and travel security service company. They help organizations protect their people across the globe with teams working day and night from more than 700 locations in 76 countries. Their mission is to pioneer the international medical and travel security risk service sector. As we always have a ...
... The majority of everyone here speaks english, so getting around is pretty easy. There is alot of moony in this city of course. I mean when the police officers drive Ferraris and Bugatti's then money in this area isn't really an option. Oil an gas money flood the arab nation. A huge population of Pakistani People and alot of workers from the UK. I took a tour of the Dubai Mall, where ...
... of Easter egg hunt, something that is not done here, they all had a fun time. We had an Aussie tradition of a BBQ lunch. The yummiest lamb sausages. Essam and Darren spent the evening getting ready for their impending flights tomorrow, Monday. Essam is operating the flight that Darren is going home on. Darren is back at work on Friday. Cooper and I will be travelling by the ...
... as far as the door so that they could
get in. It didn’t work out so great on their end but through this process I
stumbled upon Buddha Bar and got myself in for a drink and an experience. Met
people from all over - from Europe, which is nothing new, but also from every
country in the Middle East, which was really a treat. And the bartenders went
all Cocktail on us, juggling bottles and spinning imitation poi on top of the