Dubai is one of the fastest growing cities in the world, full of charm and enchantment with plenty of captivating sights, tall marvels, and cultural diversity.
Travelers often stick to the newer sights in Dubai, forgetting its origins where the city was born. It’s these older sights that have given the emirate its own unique flavor. They tell an important part of the city’s dynamic history, best seen amid the backdrop of its origins, and are very much a good reason to linger.
Some of the old sights that will captivate you are;
The Dubai Gold Souk, Dubai Creek, Dubai Spice Souk, Al-Bastakiya, among many others.
Fly Emirates from Lagos to Dubai from N255,999 and also get a Dubai Visa for as low as N36,999.
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The 4th Annual Ghana Music Awards UK is set for October 5, 2019. A night of spectacle and extravagance. Right inside the Discovery Center, Jenkins Lane, Barking IG11 0AD - London.
Tickets are available on https://www.gmauk.co.uk/tickets and on www.shoobs.com
• £30 Standard
• £40 VIP
• £60 VVIP
You don’t want to miss the Biggest Ghanaian Musical Awards Night in the whole of Europe.
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Anthony Joshua has hit out at "shallow-minded, small-minded" calls for him to replace his trainer Rob McCracken ahead of his December 7 rematch against Andy Ruiz Jr.
Asked on ‘AJ: The Untold Truth’ about calls for him to find a new trainer, Joshua said: "Whoever said that is a clown. Part ways with McCracken? No way. These people don't understand loyalty.” "How could they say that? I've worked with two people in boxing - Sean Murphy, my trainer [at Finchley amateur gym]. Then a year-and-a-half later I was up to Sheffield training with Rob McCracken. They have built me, aside from boxing, as the man I am today. A father, a family man, a businessman who understands the responsibility of being a young African-British kid. They built that in me. "You can't take that away. You can take the belts away - they will be gone when I retire. The man that they built? You can't take that away.” For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands.
Photo credit: Mark Robinson
Time to meet one of Africa’s most advanced predators 🦅
Ospreys have specialised lenses in their eyes that adjust for light refraction from the water 👀 💦
This allows them to make more accurate calculations in their dives!
There are no limits to what you can accomplish except the limits you place on yourself...lately i haven't been myself..im so behind on my schedule i let myself down and i find the simplest things so hard to do it started when i moved to soweto...the pressures of being at a new place, new responsibilities, i had a toothache during a project, by the time i finished this piece i had lost a part of me that pushes me to want to do art im still trying to regain that part.... and this is an apology to @posh.29 for taking more time on her art than what we agreed on....
The best way forward for me right now is to go back to my previous beliefs, guard the way i think and feel about myself coz my thoughts determine everything that happens to me
So often Africans are made to feel uncomfortable in their own spaces as a result of gentrification. How ironic it is that we have to remind ourselves that we belong in our own land. .
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I’m sure you remember our patient, John, who has #HIV /AIDS and HIV related neuropathy. We gave him a wheelchair a couple of months ago and for the first time since we met him, he was outside!! .
It has completely changed his life - he is able to go to church again, to funerals, to village meetings as well as to visit friends or just sit outside and enjoy the sunshine if he wants!
Such a small thing can make a world of difference in our patients’ lives. Thank you for all of your continued support! #hospice#palliativecare#africa#african#africanpalliativecare#uganda#support#healthcare