Thursday, November 19, 2009

Oh my Deer!

Al Ain is known for its wonderful zoo where you can find the different kind of animals, of different family..be it aves, mammals or reptiles.

These deers are one of the symbolic representations of Al Ain City. You will find these along Al Maqam District just right after the Twam Roundabout. The landmark in this area is  Tawam Hospital, the Oncology Center of UAE; A JCI (Joint Commission International) accredited facility and affiliated with Johns Hopkins Medicine.


Word of the day: Gazal is the arabic word for deer.

Have a lovely Thursday fellow bloggers. Maasalam(a)!

11 comments:

  1. Oh your deer! They look real!

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  2. I love the picture of the deer and they do look real. Have a great day.

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  3. @AL,

    You made me smile with your comment...it rhymes lol! Thanks for visiting.

    @Lucy,
    Thank you Lucy. Will post more about symbolic representations of Al Ain within the next few days.

    Have a nice day ladies.

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  4. pag andiyan lang ako sure kukunan ko yan hehheehe....

    nice picture and the deer looks real..

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  5. haha, i thought the gazals looked real! ^0^

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  6. Oh my deer! Good morning. You have these deer strolling along the street.

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  7. good morning rainfield. thank you for visiting.

    Hahahaha, it's not me, it is the baladiya..anyway they make the roads and streets stunning.

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  8. wow!that is one lovely roundabout feature...it looks almost real!

    must be worth braving the traffic jam if you have a view like that!

    have a lovely weekend, misalyn!

    eng

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  9. Thanks Ms. Eng. Thank you for following my blog as well.

    Al Ain has wider roads and very seldom that we do experience traffic jam. Very soon , we will experience that because roundabouts are being replaced with traffic lights.

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  10. It is a very wonderful main street.
    And lovely deer.

    Thank you for showing a beautiful view.

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  11. Hi ruma. Thanks for visiting. Al Ain has wider streets. Main roads are often 4 to 6 lanes.

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