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The Madinat is themed to resemble an ancient Arabian village.
But to say the Madinat is themed doesn't begin to express the intensity and opulence and areal extent of the theming.
Care should also be taken about the import of prescription drugs and some over-the-counter drugs.
Britons can find themselves facing charges relating to cultural differences, such as using bad language, rude gestures or public displays of affection.
As our private driver escorted us, twelve African American women, past the magnificent dancing fountain and up the circular driveway bustling with Maseratis, Lamborghinis and Ferraris, visions of ‘lifestyles of the rich and famous’ danced in our heads.
Like any excited group of tourists, we launched a mini photo shoot next to the Burj sign, giving seductive poses in our skin-tight club dresses.
Biting weather, sweaty central line commutes, barely paid internships and job opportunities thin on the ground – for most of us this is the reality of being a graduate in a British city – which explains why so many of us have looked East for job opportunities – the number of Brit expats in the UAE doubled from 120,000 to 240,000 between 20.
The travel advisory makes the stark warning: 'If you want to face possible arrest and imprisonment, ignore the advice.' Because of strict Muslim laws, visitors to the region could find themselves in trouble over drinking alcohol, sharing a hotel room when unmarried and even holding hands.
And the supercool parts—the parts that, when someone tells you about them, your attention drifts because these morons have to be lying (no one dreams this big or has that much available capital)—those parts are all going to be built in the next five years.
And actually, the cool parts—the parts that have won Dubai its reputation as "the Vegas of the Middle East" or "the Venice of the Middle East" or "the Disney World of the Middle East, if Disney World were the size of San Francisco and out in a desert"—have been built in the last ten years.
From Rick Ross’s ‘Devil is a Lie’ to Nicki Minaj’s ‘Looking Ass N*gga’, when rappers aren’t bragging about their fancy homes, cars and Basquiat paintings they are name-dropping the most exotic countries on the map.
Aside from Paris, Milan and London, Dubai is one of the most talked about cities for the hip-hop elite.
Just before we're beheaded, will my translator try to get out of it by blaming everything on me? Dubai, turns out, is quite possibly the safest great city in the world. In the 1950s, before oil was discovered there, Dubai was just a cluster of mud huts and Bedouin tents along Dubai Creek: The entire city has basically been built in the last fifty years.