Dubai as my boss shared is the “melting pot” of the U.A.E. I worked there for six months and had a great experience when it comes to friends, culture and the like. Though I was not able to experience winter, the Ramadan Season was quite a unique time. Work hours were cut short since most of the people need to fast and pray. Most of the time, my room mates and I will just spend the night watching TV series or celebrate “Iftar” (Iftar, by the way is the term they used for dinners after a long day of fasting). Ramadan lasts for an entire month and as it ends, it is considered as a holiday. My friends in the office decided that we needed a getaway and decided to check out one of the resorts in the nearby city. After checking all the options, we chose to visit Sharjah Grand Resort.
By the pool side
By the beach side, I am always the smallest one! 🙂
The sand beneath my toes
Sorry for being narcissistic 🙂 Just enjoying the sun!
Last time to swim in the pool, night swimming! Yes!
Eat all you can time!
Sir Ted who’s working for 19 years as a chef. That was a long time but I guess he really enjoys his work so much.
My red necklace ♥
Who wants to eat? Shall we!
Food! More food!
Complete it with dessert!
I am hungry again, just by looking at these pictures!
All so pretty at the dinner table.
My plates, ehem, I was not so hungry right?
After dinner, we headed back to our room. Shot after shot after shot! 🙂
Nights will be incomplete without any bonding time. Stories and laughter makes memories.
My Dubai work friends: Sugar, Anne, King, Gee, Diana and Che.
***I miss you girls so much, please do not forget to tweet, promise to tweet back as always***