The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.

on Friday, October 30, 2009

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The Mall Of Emirates Dubai. Mall of Emirates is the biggest mall in Dubai and it is really huge. After all the walking we were hungry andThe Mall Of Emirates Dubai.
The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.ended up in a food court stall selling Lebanese foods. Beirut, we ordered The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.Hommos, The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.grill chicken, beef, lamb,The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.shrimps, fish, The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.khash khash kebab
Veges salad “Tabbouleh” was good. The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.And served with a lot of nan breads.
The foods tasted good especially the Hommos & The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.Tabbouleh.
Gary arranged to meet up with two Malaysian contractors and shared their work experiences here in Dubai. These gentlemen by the names of Terry & Chop have been in Dubai for the last 4 over years. Things are not as rosy but need lots of hard works to survive in this part of the world.
The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.They took the chicken and lamb rice, something like nasi beriani.The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.
The Mall Of Emirates Dubai.They even have snow ski in the mall.

Astana, Kazakhstan Tourism

on Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Astana is the capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan since some years ago, and lots of modern buildings (some of them are weird, but most of them are really beautiful and functional), are being built in the city. The government of the nation built modern buildings too. Nevertheless, the largest city in Kazakhstan is Alma-Ata, the former capital.


Astana, Kazakhstan

Astana, Kazakhstan

Astana, Kazakhstan

Astana, Kazakhstan
The city is located in the north of Spain, and I live very close to this city (only 20 kms far), I can tell about this city that is very beautiful, it has one of the most impressive palaces of Spain, it has 5 nice beaches, historical buildings, boats allover the bay...

Costa Rica Travel and Tourism Guide

on Monday, October 26, 2009

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Costa Rica:
For decades, Costa Rica was a forgotter backwater, a country so laconic it couldn’t be bothered having an army, even though it was sandwiched between war-torn Nicaragua and Canal-plagued Panama. Then North American retirees discovered its charms and its poco a poco (‘little by little’)life style, and Costa Rica became hot property. With its luxuriant rainforests, pristine white beaches, diverse wildlife, to-die-for coffee, relaxed hospitality and full-on eco-tourist trade, Costa Rica is definitely one of the destinations de jour.
Costa Rica
Best Time To Visit
December to April (the dry season)
Essential Experiences
Soaring across the jungle canopy on a flying fox Monteverde Taking time out to sit and ponder the majestic rainforest at Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio Making a nocturnal visit to Arenal volcano, followed by a soak in a hot spa Learning to surf at Witch’s Rock lgnoring the bus and doing the Fortuna to Saint Elena route by jeep and horseback
Costa Rica

Costa Rica
Drink coffee-Costa Rica is possibly the only country in the world where even a take-away coffee in a Styrofoam cup from a fast-food burger joint tastes like ambrosia
Costa Rica
In a word
Pura vida (literally ‘pure life’, a national expression that sums up the desire to live the best and most pure pure existence)
Trademarks
Dripping rainforests; toucans and macaws; erupting volcanoes; La Negrita (or the Black Madonna); dead-keen soccer fans; foaming waterfalls; the aroma of coffee
Costa Rica
Apart from hiking and camping in rainforests and mountains and on beaches, you can snorkel on tropical refs, the best waves in South America, and raft some of the most thrilling white water in the tropics. Pristine tumble down the lower slopes of the mountains and the riverbanks are clothed with curtains of rainforest-a truly unique white-water experience.
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Travel To Vienna Fact About Vienna

on Saturday, October 24, 2009

Area:
415 sq km
Population:
1.6 million
Country:
Austria
Time zone:
GMT/UTC +1 (Central European Time)
Telephone country code:
43
Telephone city code:
01
Emergency numbers:
Call tel. 122 to report a fire, tel. 133 for the police, or tel. 144 for an ambulance.
Electricity:
220 volts AC, with the European 50-cycle circuit.
Business hours:
Most shops are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm, and Saturday from 9am to noon, 12:30pm, or 1pm. On the first Saturday of every month, shops remain open until 4:30 or 5pm, a tradition known as langer Samstag.
Tipping:
Hotel and restaurant bills include a service charge of 10% to 15%, but it's a good policy to leave something extra for waiters and 2€ per day for your hotel maid.
Restrooms:
Vienna has a number of public toilets, labeled WC, scattered at convenient locations throughout the city. Don't hesitate to use them, as they are clean, safe, and well maintained. All major sightseeing attractions also have public facilities.
About Austria

The origins of the word Osterreich (eastern empire, or eastern realm), stretch back over a thousand years to the era when the Austrian lands were joined to the Holy Roman Empire. In AD 966, a document marked the existence of the Ostarrichi domains.

Austrian power on the world stage reached its zenith under the Habsburg dynasty, who reigned from 1298 to 1918. The Habsburgs really got into their stride in the sixteenth century, and the defeat of the Turks at the gates of Vienna in 1683 saved Austria from disaster.

Austria remained a major player on the world stage, with the Habsburgs piecing together a vast swathe of Central Europe. Vienna provided the location for the famed Congress of 1814-15, when the kings, dukes and princes of Europe tried to undo the changes that Napoleon had created. However, in the age of rising nationalism, the Habsburgs struggled to keep their Empire under control - concessions to the Hungarians, Poles and fellow nations were introduced.

After losing the First World War, Austria was divided up amidst the clamour for independence of the nation states. The Austrians voted to be joined to Germany, but the Allies declined, wary of a swift return to power. The 20's and 30's were a trying era, and Austria was ultimately absorbed into Hitler's German Reich in 1938. Hence followed one of the blackest periods in Austria's history.

After the Second World War, Austria was temporarily administered by the Allies, with Vienna itself divided into French, Russian, English and American zones. However, fortune turned in Austria's favour and the country was not subjected to long-term Soviet, or indeed any other other form of foreign rule. In 1955, the Allies agreed for a withdrawal and the Republic of Austria was declared.

Today, Austria is one of the wealthiest countries in the European Union, with a high standard of living. It is a land-locked country, bordered - following the arm of the clock - by the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Germany. Austria's landscapes endure as amongst the country's leading attractions, and the Austrian stretch of the Alps remains a favourite with skiers. Politically, the country has been a democracy since 1955, but it has not all been plane-sailing. Waldheim's late 80's presidency sparked controversy, whilst the Far Right caused a rumpus in 1999 when they gained 27.2 per cent of the vote. In 2006, the socialists returned to power, with the Far Right vote shrinking to 15%. However, as a democracy, Austria's post-war Human Rights record remains impeccable.

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Tokyo Travel guide

on Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Tokyo  
 The history of the city of Tokyo stretches back some 400 years

Tokyo
Originally named Edo, the city started to flourish after Tokugawa Ieyasu established the Tokugawa Shogunate here in 1603. As the center of politics and culture in Japan, Edo grew into a huge city with a population of over a million by the mid-eighteenth century.
Tokyo
Throughout this time, the Emperor resided in Kyoto, which was the formal capital of the nation. The Edo Period lasted for nearly 260 years until the Meiji Restoration in 1868, when the Tokugawa Shogunate ended and imperial rule was restored. The Emperor moved to Edo, which was renamed Tokyo. Thus, Tokyo became the capital of Japan.
Tokyo
Japan’s most famous district is not famous for nothing! Tokyo is an exhilarating experience! With 33.5 million people just in Tokyo alone, the area is bustling with life and practically pulsating in energy! In Tokyo you can find both energy and solace. Shinto shrines adorn towering skyscrapers and give a sense of zen in the middle of all the noise.
Tokyo
 The traditional and modern coexist in perfect harmony.
he noise. The traditional and modern coexist in perfect harmony.

Dubai-Another World

on Monday, October 19, 2009

The first human settlement in the history of Dubai was in approximately 3000 BC, when the area was inhabited by nomadic cattle herders. In the 3rd century AD, the area came under the control of the Sassanid Empire which lasted until the 7th century, when the Umayyad Caliphate took control and introduced Islam to the area. The area was sustained by fishing and pearl diving for a thousand years, with the first records of the town being made in 1799 when the Bani Yas clan established it as a dependency of Abu Dhabi. Dubai became a separate Sheikhdom in 1833, when the Al-Maktoum dynasty of the Bani Yas clan (initially from Abu Dhabi) took it over peacefully. The invention of artificial pearls in 1926 and the Great Depression in 1929 caused a collapse in the international pearl market, which resulted in Sheikh Saeed looking for an alternative source of income and Dubai becoming one of the leading re-export ports in the world. In 1966, oil was discovered in Dubai, which changed the country beyond recognition and led to Dubai becoming the vibrant, modern, business-centred city-state it is today.
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Facts About Singapore

on Saturday, October 17, 2009

Singapore Facts

Full Country Name:

Republic of Singapore
History:

The name Singapore is derived from the word
“Singapura” or “Lion City” as legend has it
that a Sumatran prince sighted a beast that looked like a lion when
he first set foot on the island in the 14th century. In the year
1819, Sir Stamford Raffles established a British trading station on
this island. Singapore gained its independence as a sovereign and
democratic nation on 9 August 1965. It was admitted to both the
United Nations and the Commonwealth of Nations in the same year.







Surprising Dubai UAE

on Saturday, October 3, 2009

Palm Trump Hotel in Dubai
Palm Trump Hotel
This has to be the best looking building from master marketer and developer Donald Trump. This one is in Dubai and it is already selling fast. Architecture at it's finest!
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image of Dubai Hotels future plans
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way to atlantis hotel Palm Jumairah dubai
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