Tags: al ain city, Al Ain Juniors School, school marks
My teacher drew these on my hands…
Thanks, teacher, for appreciating my efforts in school
Tags: al ain city, postaday2012, postaweek2012, urban
This is Al Ain City. And this part of the city is the town center. I live here.
I love this place because despite being urbanized, there are lots of greens around. There are many trees and plants. There are lots of landscaped corners. The streets are clean, and garbage is collected regularly.
I wish all cities are like this place
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Tags: al ain city, Al Ain Paradise, Garden of Flowers
This is the second part of Mom’s birthday.
After the surprise lunch at Papa John’s for Mom’s birthday, we continued the day by spending the afternoon at the park called Al Ain Paradise.
Al Ain Paradise is a seasonal park in our city, open only during spring time. The park is home to a very beautiful garden of flowers and currently holds the Guinness World Record for the largest display of hanging flower baskets.
Happy birthday, Mommy!
Tags: al ain city, Jahili Parks, picnic
Ninang Wendee celebrated her birthday recently, and she held a bday dinner at Jahili Parks last 16th, Friday night. Mom was with me, but Dad wasn’t able to join because he had work. I had lots of fun playing on the park! Thanks po!
Tags: al ain city, Al Ain Paradise, flowers, gardens, postaday2011
This is the Guinness Book of World Certificate for last year’s achievement. This year, they surpassed their own feat, so they still hold the title. It was only last 28 february when Guinness officials came to count the flower baskets, so the certificate is still yet to be up.
Thank you, Lord for all these creations and for making the world a beautiful place to live in.
24 March 2011
Tags: al ain city, Dubai Airport
Today, Mom and I celebrate our first year here in the UAE. Last year, on this date, we arrived in Dubai Airport to join Dad and live with him as one happy family.
My life here in the small city of Al Ain has been a simple one. My Dad goes to work on shifts while Mom takes care of me. We go to church on Saturdays or Sundays, and visit malls during Dad’s offs. My parents bought me lots of toys which i play everyday.
It’s a very good life and I thank God for continuously blessing our family.
Tags: al ain city, jebel hafeet
The mountain actually straddles part of the border with Oman. The mountain rises 1240 meters and offers an impressive view over the city, with a drivable road extending to the summit. Jebel Hafeet was a well-known landmark through out the area’s history and is a contemporary tourist attraction. An extensive natural cave system winds through Jebel Hafeet. (dubaiforums.com)
After reaching the peak, we went down to Green Mubazarah park located at the foot of the mountain. There we ate, and had picture-taking. We all had fun and we surely enjoyed this trip.
The group, at the highest peak.
With mom and dad, enjoying the sight of the lighted city below.
Inside Mercure Grand Jebel Hotel – a hotel sitting on top of the mountain.