Tag Archives: Arabian Gulf

30 Days of Gratefulness-Ramadan Part 19: Gulf Waters Gulf Oil

One of the most critical bodies of water in world politics is right at my door step, here in the heart of the Middle East. My local hotwater whirlpool as I’ve named it; salty, warm and very inviting, the Arabian Gulf creates … Continue reading

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30 Days of Gratefulness-Ramadan Pt 8: Human Endeavours

How many records can one city break? Ah, Dubai: the post-modern city springing forth from ancient desert with the greatest this, the tallest that, the biggest brightest and shiniest everything!! Be it Mall (biggest – the Dubai Mall), or Tower (tallest … Continue reading

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Rooftops – What a View

I made a discovery today. Well, the place has always been around; the iconic buildings erected now for a decade, and the endless blue of Arabian sky nothing novel to the bedouins of the U.A.E. It’s more the view; this … Continue reading

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Salty and You Know It

The world’s oceans occupy 71% of the Earth’s surface. In contrast, the Arabian Gulf is small at only 0.072% of the total seawater area, and my playground. Essentially the Arabian Gulf is an enclosed area of water with evaporation (due to temperature … Continue reading

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