Dubai Post 89: Lasting images of Dubai

So I decided to have one final blog post to close up all of my posts.  As most of you know, I love to take pictures so I decided the perfect way to close up my blog would be to create a post with the most memorable times I had over the three months I spent in the Middle East.  

One of the first sunsets, a frequent site I always saw on the way home.

The desert safari I went on my first weekend. 

My first country I visited, Oman. 

Sandance at the Atlantis. 

Kingdom Tower in Riyadh, a frequent site on my
trips to Saudi. 


Ozair and I in front of the Burj Al Arab. 

My favorite dining spot, Bu Qtair. 

Inside the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.

My wonderful host in Istanbul, Sedef. 

In front of the Blue Mosque. 

I was lucky enough to have my Dad visit twice while I was
in Dubai.  Here we are eating at the Burj Khalifa.

Food, food and more food.  

The Burj Khalifa at night. 

Ozair and I at one of our favorite spots, Ravis. 

The gltiz and glamour in Dubai. 

With the Sadhu in Kathmandu, Nepal. 

The greatest four seconds. 

The crew after we successfully jumped off the bridge. 

The crazy architecture of the buildings in Dubai. 

About half way through I was lucky enough to have Samantha come visit. 

Similar to when my Dad came, we were able
to dine at the Burj Al Arab. 

Our pool villa in Ras Al - Khaminah. 


Seeing my Dad a second time. 

The awe of Petra. 

Had a great crew on my trip to Jordan. 

Stunning view of Wadi Rum. 

Had an awesome time when Steve and Sam visited. 

Some of my closest friends during my time in Dubai. 

The last sunset. 

The great people I worked with in the Dubai office. 

I just want to thank everyone who helped make this experience as fantastic as possible.  I will never forget the people I met in Dubai and hope to see them soon.  I would also like to thank everyone who read my blog and reached out to me while I was there.  Lastly, my girlfriend Samantha who gave me feedback and edited each and every post.  It has been a month since I have been back and it is very clear that this is an experience that has changed my life forever.


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