Guest Post: Traditional Dubai

16 thoughts on “Guest Post: Traditional Dubai”

  1. Great idea to have a guest post. Lovely to read a blog about Traditional Dubai. Anyone visiting the place should try to see some or all of these areas. I have and my favourites are the desert, Dubai Creek and the Spice Souk.

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  2. Nice to see the traditional side of Dubai , had been there for a visit many years ago but didn’t get to see this part of it ! The spice souks look fascinating.

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    1. They do indeed, Nisha 🙂 Thanks for the comment on Neha’s behalf. When you return to Dubai, you can always add these to your itinerary. xx

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  3. It’s funny how you think you think you may know a place from the tales we hear fro friends and family; about he indoor ski centre and the tall, tall buildings. About the shopping centres and the big cars. These tales have, I’m afraid, put me off journeying to Dubai as I love culture and history. This post enlightens me indeed! What a lovely post. Xx

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    1. You have me there, Sophie, for I used to visit it as a child since we lived in Oman. But I remember nothing of it except the malls and tall buildings. And this was in the early 80s’. So I do not mind seeing it again. Naturally when Neha wanted to do a guest post, I was selfish in that I wanted to know about this different Dubai. 🙂 xx

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  4. Dubai is a glorious city in the world but the desert safari is most thrilling tour in Dubai since 1980 . This is a great post and great team work .

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