I will miss you, Dubai.


The view from the plane when one leaves dubai. :)



And sharjah. And the whole of UAE. 



Yes, I cannot believe myself but I'm so going to miss this place. Of course, it has its own flaws and I never really liked living here but now that I see it, I was comfortable here. 



It's going to be a while before I get used to the fact that there won't be:

1. A mosquito free zone.

2. A friday as a weekend. 

3. A sunday as a working day.

4. A place where air conditioning serves you EVERYWHERE except the roads. 

5. A place with only two phone companies. No confusion about package deals. 

6. A cafeteria serving Lebanese food and Arabic breads. SHAWERMA <3 I'm going to miss you. 

7. A rented place but feels like home. 

8. A sky with alien birds and the excitement of seeing crows for the first time. 

9. A polished city with zig zag bridges. 

10. A road which takes you for a ride as if you're on a plane. 




11. A view or glimpse of the tallest tower in the world while passing by the Sheikh Zayed Road. 

12. A brag about seeing the Burj Al Arab everyday. =)

13. A road that gives you the view of the world's most exquisite and amazing sky diggers. 

14. A radio station that serves melodious arabic music early in the morning. <3

15. A medieval shopping spree but it ends up in nothing because all of it is available in india anyway. :|

16. A list of frozen food materials and canned tuna fishes. 

17. A place where people call the money Dirhams (Rupees) and Fils (Paise). 

18. A hint of trying to convert the price into indian amount all the frickin' time. 

19. A doubt of having rains on viewing a bunch of dark cloudy chunks in the sky. 

20. A sandstorm effect that reminds me that I'm in a city built on a desert. <3 



But then again, I can go on and on about dubai. It's just not enough. 



HAWT ARABS



Oops, sorry. 



THE BEAUTIFUL FIREWORKS 



Sorry, again.



RAMADAN HOLIDAYS <3



I must stop. :| 



That's it. It's official. I love you, you damn amazing luxurious polished gulf country. I've to sign off to my own land now. Will you welcome me again when I come back to pay you a visit? ;) 



My future visiting places: ATLANTIS <3


There's more but that depends on how much I earn. :| 

7 thoughts:

The Blue Indian said...

>Welcome home, sweetie >:D<There no place like Swades :)

~☆~Marshmallow~☆~ said...

>Aww take care baby!Dubai will miss you too!

IGal said...

>WOW! Dubai sounds amazing! I went to Atlantis and the best part was the restaurant under the aquarium... I felt like a mermaid! lolBtw your blog is great! Just became a follower!Mine is www.nycislandgal.comHope you like it and share the love by following me too! ;)

Dominic Bodhak said...

>Aww! Looking at the way you have described it all, One can easily make out how much you really are gonna miss Dubai :)But hey! India's not that bad too!We may not have a 'Burj Al Arab' here but we do have small pani puri and pav bhaji stalls everywhere ;)You'll love it here more than you did there!Among your friends! In your own country ... Among your own people sweetheart :)Aint you happy for that ? :)PS: Don't worry. We'll go to all the places you wish to visit ... someday ;) :P:D <3

Kelsey said...

>it looks absolutely gorgeous. I've never been out of the country!

Saad Shaikh said...

>Ana's back...with a bang! :D

Bea said...

>awww... Ramzan holidays are the best at dubai..