Sri Lanka is a beautiful hot, tropical country, safe and family friendly, only a short flight from Dubaï, 4h15. It was easy to travel around and a great destination to for a first holiday with our Charlie. Everyone was so friendly there, we didn’t meet one person that was not nice! Sri Lankan are adorable, helpful and so smiley!
It’s been a while since I last posted, It’s getting difficult now with Charlie crawling everywhere but for those beautiful photos I had to!
If you come to Dubaï, you will want to go on a desert safari as this is THE thing to do here.
After taking a helicopter over the palm Jumeira and an air balloon trip at sunrise in the desert, that was one of the BEST experiences I had here.
After my post about Ladies Day you can checck out HERE I thought I would talk about Ladies Night this time.
Are you ready for some free drinks & gossip?
And because I always want to try new ones and never know where to go, I thought I would list them day by day with the location as sometimes you don't feel like going too far.
So here is the list of pretty much all the Ladies Night in Dubai.
If you feel like getting your hair down and going crazy, this is for you!
Oh and I forgot to mention: Ladies Night is NOT just Tuesdays, it’s EVERY DAY and there is so much choice!
You probably saw me hanging around in all different hotels & beach clubs lately and thought I won the lottery but NO that was just Privilee! Many of you asked me what was that Privilee card all about, so here is my review & all details about it. Privilee members this is for you too, I hope this will help you decide where to go next.
Sometimes you feel like getting away from Dubai and dreaming of some fresh air. But actually you can just visit one of those places and you will feel like you are travelling somewhere else and really appreciate living in Dubai. I wish I had known those places when I first moved here. So Shhhhhhh, let's keep them a little secret & Enjoy xx
Going to Egypt was a different & unforgettable trip for me, not planned as I went there for personal reasons with my mum and sister and not the happiest. I am half Egyptian and had only been there when I was a child so I had no real memory of it, just pictures I had been watching for years.
It was great to see the city where my dad grew up and feel a little of what he had always missed back in France. The weather was lovely and a bit chilly at night. People are smiley and friendly. The traffic is absolutely crazy and Dubai roads are quiet next to it. Life is hard in Egypt so I would say not to trust anyone & you can negotiate absolutely everything !
Dubai Guide & Wonders around the world.