The weather in Dubai is now pleasant enough to be spending as much time as possible outdoors, sadly though we still don't really have seasons, although I have felt chilly in the mornings before sunrise, despite the temperatures being in the low 20's.
I was surprised on my trip to the UK in Autumn that I wasn't cold, I certainly felt the rain and realised after 2 days that despite thinking I missed it, I don't really.
My last trip to the UK was in July and August this year, it was very green and I hadn't realised just quite how much I'd missed it. On this trip it was lovely to see the changing colours of the landscape and I especially enjoyed the falling leaves and stopped to take quite a few photo's as I drove around.
I didn't have any other option, other than to stop.
The view from the apartment.
This is our new back garden in South Wales, will be making full use of it in the Spring.
Peter sent flowers while I was in the UK for our 14th wedding anniversary.
Back in Dubai, this afternoon having a coffee at the end of another week teaching.
The Chriatmas Decorations are up and I'm looking forward to seeing the magic has to offer in Dubai this year. Last year's Christmas trees can be found here.
Enjoying the outdoors at Global Village.
This is what happened while I was away for a week, a footbridge was erected and the canal was filled.
I can't wait to explore the canal side in the daylight, there is a lot of work to be done still, such as building hotels, restaurants and a mall and develop the strips of sand that line the banks (do canals have banks or sides?)
Your temperatures finally sound like something I could cope with! I too was amazed how green Ireland was when we visited as Normandy had a very dry summer (comparatively anyway) and green was sorely lacking. I like green. Green makes me feel alive. #HDYGGReplyDelete
im loving the weather right now and spending as much time as possible outdoorsDelete
Glad it's warm. We've been freezing up in Yorkshire.ReplyDelete
my son posted pics of the snow in leeds last weekDelete
I think you must have visited at the right time, it's been very cold here lately. Your sheep traffic jam photo made me chuckle — we get duck jams where we live. They even have signs saying "Caution ducks" in the next village...ReplyDelete
love the idea of suck jams, grateful no other cars on the road as the sheep was on a sharp bendDelete
I wish we had sheep traffic jams - we have the more traditional sort living near the Blackwall tunnel - but one day to replace them all with sheep would be hilarious!ReplyDelete
we've had a few camel jams, but my favourite were the rhino road blockers in south africaDelete
I can imagine missing the weather if we moved out of the UK, we spent six weeks in Florida last year and I was glad to get home to the cooler weather. :)ReplyDelete
Love the photos. Thanks for linking to #pocolo
i do miss having seasons more than i would have thoughtDelete