May 11, 2016

each day dubai: Burj Al Arab

The Burj Al Arab stands 280 masl on an artificial island from Jumeirah beach area and is connected by a private bridge to the mainland. This striking sail-shaped design was an iconic building statement of Dubai, UAE.

Apr 3, 2016

Stunning Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

The sheer beauty of the Sheikh Zayed Mosque comes not only in the stunning architectural building and design but also the details of each corner inside and out. That’s the reason why this place was my first on list when I reached the capital city of United Arab Emirate, Abu Dhabi.

Mar 9, 2016

each day dubai: Deira Clock Tower

The Deira Clock Tower (roundabout) was one of the oldest monuments in Dubai, built in 1963. It signifies the celebration of the country’s (United Arab Emirates) first oil exports.

Feb 23, 2016

Cruisin’ in Dubai Creek

A perfect season, good cold weather in Emirates land is the time to loiter outside the house/flat and enjoy the cold weather. There’s so much to do in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) especially this winter season and I want to explore more of them one at a time. I got a privileged to experienced the luxurious dinner cruise in Dubai Creek when my mother-in-law have a visit here in Dubai and invited me to join them.

Dec 1, 2015

each day dubai: Burj Khalifa

On my first in Dubai I give you the grandeur of the place, the main attractions of Dubai, the Burj Khalifa, the highest building in the world. It can almost be seen anywhere in Dubai, I give you different sights of Bur Khalifa far and near.

Nov 30, 2015

each day dubai

Dubai is a place a city that never stops to impress the world. “Each Day Dubai” is another photo/images post series as I temporarily live in this foreign rich desert place. I give you copious images (and some info) of Dubai base on my everyday life and here, from famous landmark to the unknown but nice place.

Nov 27, 2015

batangas: Malabrigo Lighthouse

Today is the Ninth year of Faro de Punta de Malabrigo or simply know as Malabrigo Lighthouse when declared as National Historical Landmark by National Historical Commission of the Philippines, located in barangay Malabrigo, Lobo, Batangas.

Nov 7, 2015

saturday med.itations: A Pearl of Great Price

Large, perfectly shaped pearls equal the value of the most precious gemstones. But pearls are different from other gems. Most gems are minerals mined from the earth. Gem-quality pearls however, form inside the shells of one type of oyster, the sea pearl oyster that grow in the tropical waters of earth’s Eastern Hemisphere.

If the oyster is to produce a pearl, a piece of sand or other foreign substance has to find its way into it’s shell. The oyster immediately begins to coat the irritating grain with a type if lime. As it adds layer after layer of the pearly covering, the pearl keeps growing.
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