I spent 3 weeks in the UK in spring, every where I visited there were pets, farm animals and birds.
Living in Dubai, one doesn't see cows, horses and sheep in fields, although there are birds, other than a few doves, pigeons in the garden and the occasional parrot, one needs to go to Al Quada Lakes or to Ras Al Khor bird sanctuary to see swans, ducks and even flamingoes.
It was really weird to be able to make and eat a cheese or ham sandwich and take the lid off a yogurt without the cat and dog morphing into the room.
My Aunts cat kept a close eye on me when I drank my tea and my sisters 2 cats were keen to help me eat my dinner.
Dubai isn't very dog friendly and there are few places I can take Bob. I just hope Bob can move back to the UK with us one day and we can take him to the pub and into coffee shops after long walks.
There were woodland walks with my friend and her dogs.
And entertainment from Morgan who sat and stared a stick, no matter how small until it was thrown for them to fetch.
I've not seen bees yet in Dubai, my friends had a bug house in their garden and I was fortunate to have spotted this bee in a field and not to have stepped on it.
I'll be back in the UK in 2 weeks time and look forward to visiting some summer shows and fairs in and around Monmouth, Malvern and Gloucester, so if you know of any or you're happy for me to join you for a dog walk or a visit to a farm, just give me a yell.
I just love the bug hotel in your photo I am definitely going to build one in my garden we had stag Beatles in the previous garden #animaltales@_karendennisReplyDelete
it's in my friends garden, we had them in school when i was teaching, should get round to having some of my own in the garden at homeDelete
My sister-in-law has one of those bee hotels too :) Enjoy your trip back to the UK.ReplyDelete
will be making one for Dubai garden once summer is overDelete
Dubai is too hot it's a wonder any animal (and even humans) can survive thereReplyDelete
insects manage to survive here, which surprises me, too many bloody ants, you'd think the ground would be too hot for themDelete
How lovely, sounds like you packed lots of animals - and people - into your visit. I love the photo of the dog staring at that tiny stick. Adorable! #AnimalTalesReplyDelete
oh that dog was mad, starred at the stick no matter how small until it was thrownDelete
Lots of animals. My seven year old likes the dog photos best, but he is desperate for a dog so he's biased. #animaltales sorry I am slightly late commenting!ReplyDelete
it amazes me how many people i know that have animalsDelete
I think I would miss cows and sheep too! A lovely collection of UK animals for #AnimalTales - thank you. Sincere apologies for my tardy response … blame a dodgy modem and virus attack on my laptop. A new Linky is open now should you wish to link up something new.ReplyDelete
better late than never.....lol, hope you've resolved the virus nowDelete