Respect the laws and values of the country and your stay should be an extremely enjoyable one!
Thinking about a holiday in the UAE, or maybe you are considering the possibilities of employment there?
There are a few things you need to know before you go and while you are there.
There are numerous speed cameras on the roads and motorways. If you are caught you may also face the possibility of having your car impounded. Jay walking (Crossing the road in a non designated area / crossing) is also illegal and the police, particularly in Abu Dhabi, have launched a campaign against jay walking.
If you are caught committing this offence you could be subject to a fine.
Bauler fled the scene, she didn't get away for long.
A warrant was issued for Bauler's arrest, and deputies found her Saturday.
A couple who lived next door witnessed the women fighting on the ground and intervened, pulling Bauler off the naked woman.
The victim told deputies that she believes Bauler attacked her because she lives with Bauler's ex-boyfriend.
For those living in the UAE a special licence must be obtained before purchasing alcohol from the exclusive, specialised, licensed stores. It does not give any immunity for alcohol related criminal offences.
It is an offence to carry alcohol in your car if you do not hold the special alcohol licence. The UAE has a zero-tolerance policy towards drinking and driving.
Dubai is a fabulous country who’s people are some of the most genuine, hospitable and courteous you will every be likely to encounter anywhere in the world.