Let’s Kepinski it up!!! I’ll be staying at the Kempinski Mall Of The Emirates in the Deluxe Corner Suite!
Yeahhh it’s my world now! Our first stop is buying a new private island in the “world.” Don’t worry though, my boyfriends paying for it! Buying an island is an example of tertiary activity!
Bling On Wednesday I’ll stop by the Gold Souk, one of the largest gold retailers in the world! Buying jewelry at the Gold Souk is a tertiary activity because the seller has taken a primary resource (gold) and added value by making a beautiful necklace. Then sold the necklace to me.
Tennis in Dubai? Thursday afternoon, Michelle and I bought tickets to watch Maria Sharapova in the Dubai Tennis Championships!!! Buying tickets to a tennis match is a tertiary activity.
Yellow Polka Dot Bikini Friday, I’m going to get lunch at the Atlantis Hotel and spend sometime on the beach! Buying lunch at the Atlantis Hotel is a tertiary activity because the Chef has taken a primary source (raw food) and added value to the food by cooking it and making a delicious meal! Then I bought it!
Vroom Saturday, I’ll spice it up a little with good old fashioned Camel Racing!!! Paying to race a camel is a Tertiary activity, because the owners of Dubai Camel Racing have taken a primary source (the camel) and added value to it by creating a sport. Then I paid money to join in!
History of Dubai Dubai began as a small fishing community ruled by the Maktoum family In 1985, plans to turn Dubai into a travel destination began Now Dubai is a world renowned tourist destination, however they continue to blend their ultra high tech city with their traditional Islamic tradition and culture. This is a mosque surrounded by the City of Dubai