My passion for travel is still a fire deep in my soul sexy lingerie supplier that occasionally must be stirred. I’ve always been drawn to Arabia and set out now on my own desert fantasy. My mom seems to think my life is one big vacation by leading groups around the world. In reality it’s been years since I had my own getaway. I can’t remember the last time I saw something for the first time. Already I miss my husband, but need this escape to recharge my over stressed batteries. It’s a deep need to forget myself, to play and to be astonished. No better place than 21st century Dubai which was like landing on another planet.
It’s my first flight on award winning Emirates Airlines with the world’s fastest growing fleet that now fly’s 55 countries. Very impressive with in-seat massage system, sandwiches on demand from the galley and twinkling star’s that sparkle on the ceiling when the lights are dimmed. EK won the Best Inflight Entertainment Award. I can choose from 600 movies, 6000 audio tracks and books, 40 games, check email and view the new “Pilots Camera” where take off’s and landings are seen from a camera mounted below the aircraft nose. Coach class can’t get any better than this!cheap sexy clothes
There are 7 emirates on the Arabian Gulf that are sandwiched between Iran, Qatar, Saudi rand Oman. What’s an emirate? A kingdom ruled by a Sheik. Dubai became a Sheikdom in 1833, but nomadic tribes had settled here 3,000 years ago. They survived off the sea in this arid land. Once upon a time, this rich but obscured kingdom decided to become the world’s premier tourist destination. It expanded at an alarming rate by adding 500 miles of new waterfront with countless man made islands. Now it is called the “Las Vegas of the Middle East” with its sun, sand, sea, snow and sex. It’s also referred to as the “St. Tropez of the Gulf” or “Monaco of the Desert” because it’s so ultra-chic.
Here tolerance and hospitality are highly prized virtues. Dubai is a pocket of freedom in Arabia, like Hong Kong is to China. And a bit of a dichotomy with its Islamic culture in an environment of Western affluence, a total fusion of East meets West. I nevertheless packed modestly for this trip with my “covered elbow to knee” rule. Still at night, there are a plethora of clubs where anything goes. Dubai’s population is 1.3 million. Only 12% are nationals who can own property here. All others are foreigners. I witnessed zero poverty and was told that Sheik Al Maktoun is good to all with free social services. It’s clean and truly crime free along with year round sunshine.