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... wear what they like in the home. Another young woman told me to check out a facebook page(after we left Iran of course) called "My Stealthy Freedom" which posted many photos of Iranian women taking off their headscarves. So.....many are pushing the boundaries and I'm not sure how things will develop. Politics plays a big role in this. They may get an easing of restrictions, or equally as likely, they could face a huge crack down in the ...
... sunbeds in the shade until 11 when we moved to our room. After a shower and proper freshen up, Lucy and I headed out to Marina Mall, a ten minute walk from the hotel. In the 40 degree heat we were pretty much the only people walking on the streets. I use the word 'streets' because Dubai really isn't equipped for pedestrians as there were hardly any pavements to walk along! Unsure of what food local to Dubai we could try, Lucy and I had fish and chips for lunch in a fish and chip ...
Hi everyone another little message we have been in Dubai for a day and half now and all we can say is, we have never felt heat like this before. standing in hotel and walking though swinging door into a fire inferno.
But that hasn't stopped us getting a around haha we have been to the Emirates Mall, on the Mono Rail around the city and even had a Chicken Big Mac yes ...
... That will make things easier and the process of adaptation to the new position will be faster. Moreover, Katie told me to network as much as possible because most of the time, having a job in Dubai is because you have had the opportunity to meet the right person at the right time.
Back to the hotel room I went through the whole day in my mind again and tried to capture the best moments before falling asleep.
... lounge cabanas and people from all over the globe. The only
thing, and now this makes sense out of the strangeness of a couple of my
earlier, briefer interactions with some guys I’d encountered, was that (as I
was told by my friend there) pretty much the majority of women in attendance
were prostitutes. So now I realize that people probably were thinking that I
was a prostitute too (especially when I kept getting asked if I wanted a drink
or a date). ...