First and foremost, i'd have to say that I really enjoyed my holiday in Dubai. It was beyond awesome. A new experience for me to ever step my foot on the Arabian Peninsula.
Dubai is definitely a beautiful city, that explains why Dubai is said to be the most populous city of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Over the years, booming oil prices helped turn Dubai into a land of opportunity and playground for the ultra rich.
I 've managed to have some short conversations with some of the Arab people there. You know, everytime i told them that I 'm from Malaysia, the first thing they would talk about is none other than Dr Seri Mahathir Mohamad. They'd go, "Malaysia? ahhh, Mahathir.... I like Mahathir."
See how Dr Mahathir had left a profound impact on Malaysia?
The shopping malls in Dubai surely cant be compared to the ones in Malaysia which are always congested with Myspace people (yes, i am talking about Pavilion). The shopping malls in Dubai are all freaking huge. Every shopping mall has Forever 21, H&M (we dont have that in Malaysia), Bebe, Virgin, Baby Phat. We've been going to every shopping malls there is for 9 days straight!
I never thought there would be a day that i would get fed up of going shopping. but yeahh, i did. Let me list down the things that i bought. And i dont give a rat's ass about you people nak kata apa.A swatch watch, 2 pairs of shoes, 1 baby phat handbag , 2 tops, a skirt, a skirt with suspenders (overalls?) a pair of jeans, and shades.
The prices there is no different than the prices in Malaysia, only they have more options of course. I really had the best time shopping in Dubai, but my favourite part of the trip is definitely the part of going to the desert. It was one hell of a bumpy ride. Taking pictures together with your loved ones at the desert while the sun sets, PRICELESS.
Surely it's a gathering i'll always remember. A gathering of the 3 families of Dato' Ibrahim's children, grandchildren, daughter in - laws, which promises a week's worth of good food & good company amidst the surroundings of a new country.
My dad said there may be a chance that we might go back to Dubai again this year, so let us all cross our fingers , yeah cousins? :)
As you all know, it is the end for the year 2008.
I had my freaking SPM, I went for prom for the first time, I had my first year of anniversary with Ehsan, I finished school, and i cherish the days i had with my family, my friends, schoolmates and Ehsan.. all in 2008.
I 've been through a lot of excruciating breakdowns
back in 2008, but Alhamdulillah, here i am. It's a new year and i'm still standing, still with Ehsan , and ready with whatever this year has in store for me.