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- Update Your Readers and Email Subcriptions!
- Let’s Shoot the Amateur Photographers
- Jazirat al-Hamra: Ghost Town or a Crumbling Piece of History?
- An Early Morning at the Muttrah Corniche
- The White Houses Down the Road
- Highway to Muscat, and the Crazy Stuff that Happens There
- Crossing the UAE-Oman Border
- I Wouldn’t Shoot if I Knew How to Draw
- Dubai Creek – Where Past Meets Present
- Flamingos in the Desert
- The 99 Attributes of Allah in Traditional Kufi Calligraphy
- Visiting Abu Dhabi? Don’t Miss the World’s 8th Largest Mosque.
- Everyday Stuff from Ancient Arabia
- Tea from Syria, Friends from Canada
- Sinbad in Sharjah!
- A Piece of Cake
- The Rub’ al Khali Experience
- How to Decorate Your Car for National Day
- Don’t Touch that Food Unless it’s Shot
Tag Archives: Dubai
In the early 20th century, Dubai was a small coastal village inhabited by a tribe—who came from the neighboring emirate, Abu Dhabi—led by the Al Maktoum family. Unlike its neighboring emirate, Dubai lacked the fertile oasis, so its inhabitants settled … Continue reading