This Arabian Oryx couldn’t have found a better place to be for sunrise.. Sadly it joined the growing list of endangered species in the 90’s and was placed in the Arabian Wildlife Reserve to ensure the preservation of its species. Because the population is growing again, the strongest ones get released in the Empty Quarter Desert.. #inAbuDhabi@visitabudhabi
Cafe By Fountain
Location: Abu Dhabi/ Emirates Palace Hotel
Ice Cream Gold- 40Dhs
Emirates Palace Cappuccino- 60Dhs
Moroccan Tea- 40Dhs
كوفي النافورة في فندق قصر الامارات فقط يفتح في فصل الشتاء وبصراحة المكان وايد هادي وحلو مطل على معالم أبوظبي مثل ابراج الاتحاد و فندق باب القصر ويستحق التجربة 👍
10 things I never knew about #abudhabi which I truly like:
Well, I have been living in UAE for 6 years now and I felt like I know it all. The truth is I found out a new beautiful place, and here is why:
1) there is so much natural beauty all around. Sea, sky, green & desert. There is something extra special about the sky here.🌠☁️ Call me crazy but all what I used to see before was fog & humid clouds.
2) There is so much about Art in this city and it's not only tall building but more about architecture🏙️
3) there are so many expensive cars🚗 to see😱🤓 not that I own one. But seriously I see at least 4 Bently cars every day around my office
4) there is no traffic at all. The farthest place you can reach in 30 minutes and usually you reach places within 10- 15 minutes drive
5) There are actual shops all around. Not inside malls. NO. Like stationary shop, bakery, mini market, even bike maintenance shop. All around 👌👌
6)There are lots of good Arabic food options. My addiction is @shawermastreet I have to order once a week at least from this place
7) so many FREE entertainment options for families like open parks and play areas
8) You don't spend 30 minutes to find a parking in malls😰
9) You don't wait in queue to go to your favorite restaurants
10) There is a real beach 🌊 and real corniche where you can enjoy the sea without the need to eat at a fancy restaurant. You can easily enjoy a walk by the sea without also getting sand in your toes. 👨👩👧👦 Photo credit @garrydow
What do you see in this picture?
I've been observing parents over the years. Some see a challenge or a goal that they want their child to achieve. Those parents or caregivers look around and want to make sure their child is the first to make it to the top. Often they pick up the child and walk them up something - the rope, a slide, or put them directly up on the platform.
Some see an absolutely scary place that they do not want their young children to go near. They arent looking up at the junglegym. Their focus is dowln following every step their child makes and trailing too close behind. They are scared their child will fall on the ground, make themselves dirty or touch germ-infested surfaces.
Then there are the children. While the parents have been up in the clouds or focused on every little move babies make, chances are the children have been focusing on the #mysteries the #enchantment of #nature on those tiny specks in the photo. Seemingly aimless, they are on a #journey of #purpose and #joy hoping to hold that tiny bird in their hand. While we are looking elsewhere, the child is showing us the gift of the present.
We have all been the parent too caught up in the show or wrapped up in our anxiousness to see the #unfoldingmystery before us. Those little birds, cracks in the pavement, and leaves in the grass are reminders to call us back to our #littlegifts#findingbalance is a challenge. #parentalsupport is here #inabudhabi#PCIparentcoach#parentingeducator