|Esprit top / New Look denim vest / Mango trousers and aviator / Bershka sandals / Payless crossbody / Asos watch|
First day stepping my feet on this glorious city, I could never stop gasping, admiring this megapolis city, Dubai. As far as my eyes could reach and my skin could feel in a sec, this city is totally all about its never ending road of massive buildings with such incredible architectures, palm trees, mounds and mounds of yellowish sands in every corner and street, the super shiny sun (yes, I do believe they must have their own different sun), and climate which could definitely resemble a sauna (I quite enjoyed it though!).
I just figured out that some people there don't really speak English, with —somehow unusual pronunciation (the fact that this one guy told me to step back by saying 'buck'), I wast lost in translation. Well, just for a while, though. Anyway, the fact that Arabs were nice people is one thing to remember.
Before we spent a day in Dubai, we first visited the capital city of UAE, of course, Abu Dhabi.
Dubai and Abu Dhabi, just like Yin and Yang. One with its countless numbers of spectacular buildings while one with its multicultural society.
Just like its name, Grand Mosque, this magical mosque really is grandeur, with white shade and gold cover all the incredible buildings. The details and carvings are truly admirable. It is a must for women to wear particular dressing, so excited I got a chance to try abaya, a robe-like dress or cloak worn by Arab women. Cool!
Sitting for 8 (plus plus plus) hours in the plane, a pair of training trousers are definitely the propitious outfit you would want to wear (it basically felt like wearing pajama). Found my new favorite combination, (woot woot) nautical stripes and denim! I'm pleased with how casual it is — still without looking slouchy; everything just so right.
Until the next part!