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... a massive complex with an understated but impressive exterior, and a beautifully ornate interior. It can accommodate 20,000 worshippers and has a magnificent hand loomed Iranian carpet measuring 70x60 metres. Oman is a complete contrast to Dubai with not a skyscraper in sight - most buildings are low rise and reflect the Arabic tradition with a dome or arabesque windows, and usually white or sand coloured. Even the new ...
... They are making an island in the shape of a world map. There'll soon be Australia
- Dubai has an extremely low crime rate. The ruler doesn't have any security and the gates to
his home are open
We saw heaps of buildings on the city tour and we saw a lot of the city. We drove on the palm, we went to atlantis where the massive atlantis hotel is, we saw the Burj Al Arab, we saw David Beckhams Dubai holiday home ...
... course this is a well educated, well heeled country. The worst excesses of the discrimination comes from the undereducated peoples from poor countries where poverty means powerlessness and any form of power over another builds a false and unrealistic sense of worth. How much harder it is for someone to love deeply and see those loved ones suffer. Easier to blame someone for your predicament and curse them and subjugate them as the cause of your unhappiness. Then tell ...
Not sure if that is a proper title for this part of my trip, but Dubai has everything. If I could find a job here I would take it. My friend asked me why I passed up the job here a few years back. Well that was because they wouldn't let me have Lucy Belle in the apartments that I would have been living in. If I'm going to live overseas I want to have my little munchkin with me. As I have ...
... and transportation to extermination camps seemed grimly realistic and really quite horrific. I watched the film because Wendy and I had heard a radio play of this pianist's autobiography on one of our long driving journeys (Ferndown to Felton?) some years ago. The pianist escaped from the group of prisoners being herded onto trains to the camps and hid in derelict buildings in Warsaw, with help and food supplies from friends among non-Jews, ...
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