|Entrance to Ferrari World|
|Formula 1 vehicule|
|Ferrari California and myself :D|
|A Ferrari.. which is BLUE? Somebody pinch me! :D|
|Ostrich and myself (sheesh, Ostrich is actually posing for the camera!)|
|Peacock looking magnificent|
|The funniest looking bird ever.. I just couldn't stop laughing when I saw this bad which had hair instead of feathers! It's called a Wild Hen, I think :P Hahaha! (Forgive me, O Hen:P)|
|Gorilla, jumping around|
|Instructor teaching me to jet-ski|
|And *whoooosh*, there I go! :P|
|*Oh yeah* B-)|
Well, this day was mostly a break day from all activities. But we still went to a cool restaurant called "Dosa Plaza" for dinner. You actually get 104 varieties of Dosa there... yes, you read right, 104!!! Plus special varieties of Idlis, Uthappams, etc. For example, they sell Idli Manchurian. How cool does that sound? And well, how much ever I liked the Dosa menu there, I actually loved the other types of food you get there too! They sell chaat items and Punjabi food too. And for a Pani Puri fan like me, their Pani Puri was just A-MA-ZING.
And for people living in Mumbai, they are lucky, since they have an outlet there, in New Zealand and in Dubai.
Check out this link for more info on their menu (just to water your mouths): http://www.dosaplaza.com/menu.htm
|Not my pic, found it on the net... but whoa that's a huge dosa!|
This one's for animal lovers: the Seal and Dolphin show at the Dubai Dolphinarium. Dolphins are such intelligent animals, gracious, agile and strong as well. Seals are also very adorable animals, are as playful as Dolphins. Anyway, enough chitter chatter, here are the pics and videos of various parts of the show. (Including a pic of my Uncle, Aunt and myself with two of the dolphins)
Trivia: The National Aquatic Animal of India is infact the Ganges River Dolphin.
|Funny-looking mascot :P|
Burj Khalifa: The world's tallest tower. Need I say more? As soon as the metro reached there, I just couldn't stop staring at this structure. My head was constantly up in the skies! One word describes this skyscraper the best: HUGE. Couldn't go to the top this time, but still, the view from the bottom was so good that I could still not stop myself from clicking pics! Amazing sight, for people who love gigantic structures.
Dubai Mall: A PARADISE for fashion freaks. Well, that's all I can say for the time being. Because I only went to the fashion section of the Mall, and the Mall is so humongous that it would take 2-3 days to cover it entirely! Food-lovers, this is your dreamland. Even bookworms will have a good time here! You get EVERYTHING here!
|Look at all those brands! :D *gasps* :P|
|Okay, so this one, was to show that there's actually a LINE for people to enter the Louis Vuitton shop.. can you believe it? A LINE!!|
|This one's for the ladies :P|
Dubai Fountain: Have you ever heard of a dancing fountain? Well, it's something very innovative that actually exists! A fountain that sways and moves according to the beats of a song, like a real dance! Very hard to describe that in writing, but have a look at the following video.
Dubai Mall Aquarium: The Guinness World Record holder of the largest single glass panel aquarium ever. Unfortunately, couldn't go inside, but it was nice to see the various fishes species from outside, nevertheless. Not many pics, since it wasn't easy to click them, but there are pics nevertheless.
Dubai Metro: Very well constructed transportation system, and great view from the Metro ensures an enjoyable ride!
Went to see Dum Maaro Dum in the cinema, since a Bollywood fan like me CAN'T avoid missing seeing a movie in a theater, since there are no Hindi movies playing in Geneva cinemas. Movie was TOO GOOD. Watch it, if you are a fan of Bollywood super-thrillers. Rana Daggubati was very convincing, a great debut by him! Abhishek Bachchan is back with a bang, and Rohan Sippy scores yet again! Super music, well-penned dialogues, amazing action scenes and most importantly a screenplay which was CRISP and never lets you feel bored! Kudos to the story-writer Sridhar Raghavan! Two things I loved about the flick: the song 'Te Amo' and Rana's acting. Brilliant watch!
And well, later that day, I wanted to click pictures with my Grandparents, Uncle and Aunt. Don't know when I'll see them next. But spent a lovely time with them, this time.
Cheers, keep smiling, and please do post in your comments,