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The world island is an amazing project to create abut 100 islands few kilometers away From Dubai, i am working in building one of the iconic projects in the islands - The heart of Europe project - many high level hotels and luxury villas and...More
The World Islands is a project a few kilometers off the Dubai shoreline.
I had the opportunity to sail out to The World Islands in 2008 and it was very impressive at that time, but you could see then the sea was eroding the man-made...More
The Dubai World Islands are an amazing man-made project, though you can't freely visit, and they are still unfinished.
I was lucky to fly straight overhead on a recent business trip, and whilst there isn't much to see, they are a spectacular feat of man-made...More
Where can we watch the World Cup outside hotels? (1 Replies)
Watching the WC in the comfort of the hotel rooms are just too dull - does anyone know where ordinary Iranians (Tehran) gather to watch matches (sports bars, other public areas), and is there any particular one (that is safe enough) to recommend to a foreigner? Thanks in advance :)
June 19, 2014|
Are u in tehran now? Just curious. if you are in tehran...north tehran...u may go to JameJam Foodcourt...aka Alaeddin Foodcourt...on ValiyeAsr Ave. On the northern end of the famous Park Mellat. They always play the first two games. U may get to watch the games on some movie theaters and restaurants. I do not which obe yrt. good luck.amir.
World Cup - what kind of day out is it? (8 Replies)
During our forthcoming hols, mu husband is keen to for us to get International Village passes for the World Cup in a couple of weeks. We have a 13 year old daughter - both she and I have minimal interest in horses! I'm looking for some guidance from people that have been before - what kind of a day out is it? What time is the race itself (I don't want to pitch up at 4pm ish and then wait for hours until the big race as there is fair chance teen moaning will have driven me back to the...More
March 12, 2008|
I would also be interested in any feedback on this one, as we will be in Dubai for the world cup and thinking of going, well hubby and son are, daughter who is 18 and I not so keen but if it is a good day out we might be persuaded!! so my questions would be the same as TwinsAunt. Thanks.
Visa stamp in israel (13 Replies)
I will be visiting Israel for the first time in October. I called the embassy in Australia to ask if it was still possible to enter without having a stamp in your passport. The answer from the embassy was yes, but no guarantee! Does anyone know if it is still possible to enter without a stamp?? I visit many places in the World, and I do not want to take the chance on being refused entry into countries that do not allow you in, if you have an Israel stamp.
July 28, 2011|
The answer you got at the Embassy is the right one - yes, there is a procedure for your visa to be stamped on a separate form - you need to request it at arrival - but there is no guarantee that you will be granted this privilege.