Great post. Ben lauds luxury wherever it is. And like dubai…omanis became the minority in thier own country. I am a filipina working here. I have personally implemented travel restrictions for countries where anti-gay laws are NEWLY enacted.
Best friends, they were eager and articulate college graduates and more than willing to tell the not-so-secret secrets of being gay in this Arab Muslim country. I just think that people should experience cultures before they past judgement.
Philippines beauty queen marries high school crush 15 years after they met. I'll be me, every day and in every way. This island is home to many hotels and resorts such as the famous Atlantis the Palm, and also houses a boardwalk, mall, clubs and lots of restaurants.
When visiting the Burj Khalifa make sure you stop to enjoy the Dubai Lake fountain show featuring water, music and lights. But what you do have to remember is that you are visiting their country and as we expect visitors to our home countries to have respect I may visit some gay friends who live in Dubai our culture and beliefs the same goes for the UAE.
So it is becoming a tourist hub with many new areas like the Palm and the Dubai Marina being favourites. We also have friends who are a gay couple and live out there and firstly they love it but also say it's nothing to worry about, there is a growing gay community out there but they just don't flaunt it.
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I got a taste of real life. What is the reality of life there for someone who checks these boxes? Yes i can imagine that groups do tend to orientate towards each other. He is not in a menial position, but white collar. This is alarming considering the large proportion of foreigners in Dubai.