The Dubai beaches are beautiful. The beach photos that follow were all taken at "Kite Beach" where some people actually do fly kites! Here there are also some terrific places to grab a coffee or lunch.
Here is a texture of beauty at Kite Beach: a "grass" jogging track; a strolling area; sand, and ocean. One can walk for miles.
Jim walking at the beach with a friend
A view of the "Burj al Arab" hotel in the distance
At the Dubai beaches you will see people in all sorts of fashion and it's all acceptable
Kite Beach is a lovely place for people of all ages to play and relax.
Dubai is very child-friendly and the beach is no exception. Here is a zip-line ride that is right next to a fabulous playground.
Randy and Jim took a fascinating day trip to the "Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve" that is 225 square kilometers.
The first part of the adventure was loading into a 4 wheel drive jeep. Then off into the desert we went.
The breathtaking views were present from the moment the jeep started rolling and continued on the entire tour.
One source of vegetation is a Mimosa Tree.
Shrubs from the Milkweed family are also abundant.
The desert environment is unique and beautiful.
Time to get out of the jeep and run up and down the desert dunes.
We had a good deal of time to just wander and explore the desert. We came upon tracks and asked our guide to interpret for us.
Our guide identified the tracks as those of an Antelope. He then drove us to one of the abundant Reserve watering holes and there we found an Antelope.
Here are antelopes resting in the comforts of this phenomenal habitat.
We were excited to get a closeup of these beautiful animals.