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Ferrari World Abu Dhabi

Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi is an amusement park that is inside Yas Mall. Indoor amusement park. As the name said it is all about the Ferrari. So if you are a fan of cars and especially Ferrari this is a place to visit. It has roller coasters  and different rides, but there is also … Continue reading

Yas Mall Abu Dhabi

Yas Mall is the biggest shopping mall in Abu Dhabi, located on Yas Island. I’t has three floors and a lot of shops. There is also the Ferrari world. Here are  restaurants and very big supermarket named Carrefour. Carrefour is very big and has everything you can imagine. If you want to buy spices, tea, … Continue reading

Yas Beach Abu Dhabi

Yas Beach is located on sands of Yas Island. It’s a private Beach and you have to pay an entrance fee to enter, but if you stay in Radisson Blue hotel (or other Yas hotel) you get the ticket for free from the concierge. There is a infinity pool  and kids pool, snack shop, towels … Continue reading

Radisson Blue Hotel

Hotel is not far from the Airport, 15-20 minutes by car. We stayed here for 5 nights and the room was nice and clean, only the curtains were not nice, they should change them. They look old and not very clean. The breakfast was very good, a lot to choose from. The staff at the … Continue reading

Finally in Abu Dhabi

We went from Zagreb , had a layower in Belgrade and then Abu Dhabi. It was around 9 PM when we got to Abu Dhabi. We have passed customs control, they scanned our eyeballs and we went to get our luggage . When the exit doors opened I thought I would die. We were hit … Continue reading

New adventure

So, let’s start writing. I’ve been away for a while but now I’m back. This summer I spend in UAE – United Arab Emirates. As it happened my husband won a prize  – a trip to Abu Dhabi with return plane tickets and 5 night stay at the Raddison Blue hotel + tickets for  2 … Continue reading

Lambbanana

One of my favorite sculptures in Liverpool is Lambbanana. The name says it – it’s part Lamb and part Banana. Super Lamb Banana referenced Liverpool’s history of lamb and banana trade. Sheep and bananas were common cargos in the docks of Liverpool. The original Super Lamb Banana was a concrete and steel sculpture located on … Continue reading