The place to go if you want to see some of the top arabian horses in the world. This is an annual event, one of the many that is free to spectators. See www.diahc.ae for details.
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Thursday, April 26, 2007
Head out to the Al Sahra Desert Resort to go and see this spectacular production. Loads of special effects with fireworks, lighting, fire etc make this a must-see. The production is just over an hour so it is worth going out to have some dinner there first - they also have a shisha area and the whole resort is lit up with what must be thousands of flame torches (it must take someone all night to light them all!). www.alsahra.com
Posted by Blue Sky at 10:44 AM
The Jazz festival was great with loads of beanbags to lounge around on (although there were almost fights breaking out to keep hold of them!) and great music to listen to, art to buy and plenty of liquid refreshment.
The highlight was Jamie Cullum on the last night but Dubai Drums came in a close second.
Posted by Blue Sky at 10:39 AM
It's great to have visitors over to stay because it gives you a good excuse to do the touristy things that you might otherwise not take time to do. I had a friend visiting and we took an abra across the creek to the gold souk. When we came back we walked around the Bastakia area, took in a few galleries including the Majlis and then stopped at the Basta Art Cafe. Great.
Posted by Blue Sky at 10:30 AM
What a great way to get up close to the stars. This is the event prior to the Dubai Desert Classic that pits 8 players in pairs against each other for charity. All are top players and the number of spectators is low so, as you can see, you can really get a good view of your favourite player.
Posted by Blue Sky at 10:24 AM