Today’s echoes experienced an unexpected delay because I’ve been on a road trip and for some reason, my photos couldn’t load up on my pad. My apologies.
On Thursday’s, I share pictures about ‘Echos of my Neighbourhood.
I would like to invite you to participate. The challenge is quite simple.
Every Thursday, share a photo of bits and pieces of wherever you are at any point in time. It could be a house, backgrounds of your neighbourhood, activities and so forth and you can tag it Echos of my Neighbourhood, add my link to your post so that I will get the ping from your post.
Every other Thursday, I will publish a post with the links of all those who participated the previous week.
This is just a fun way of getting to see more of the World around us through your eyes since we cannot all be at those places, we could, at least, see them through you.
Last weekend found us visiting Ajman which is one of the Emirates (the smallest member State) that makes up UAE which comprises of 7 Emirates.
It’s a leisurely one-hour straight drive from Dubai if there’s no traffic, so it’s easily a day trip of 2-3 hours to and fro, but to enjoy the benefits of the pristine Gulf as well as getting a feel of the Emirate, an overnight stay wouldn’t be a bad idea.
A direct opposite of Dubai’s energetic pulse, it’s calm and much slower. Good for a quiet family weekend away.
There are several beautiful hotels to choose from, though we got a deal at Kempinski by making an early booking.
Last Week Echoes took us to different neighbourhoods, hop on let’s go see and we will be glad to see some of yours.
Giggles and Tales You’ve got to love Europe’s architecture and it’s passion for cycling. I remember my awe years ago, the first time I visited Amsterdam and saw all the bikes at a bike station.
Spring is in the air The only words to describe this is ‘gorgeous and fabulous’ 🙂
Boys come out to play Boy’s will be boys no matter how small they are 😉
Mercury Colliding Kat has a nice fairy that works very hard. I wouldn’t mind one myself.
Earnestly Debra joins us with a sea ferry, whale watching adventure that I wouldn’t mind experiencing.
Munich Lady Lee shows us spots of Munich through her lens and a sumptuous meal to go with it.
Do show us just a peek of your neighbourhood, please 🙂
Until Thursday, next week, have a good weekend.
For ease during our road trips, we use:Garmin nüvi 2597LMT 5-Inch Portable Bluetooth Vehicle GPS with Lifetime Maps and Traffic
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