Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Al Ain Town Center

I have had day shots of Al Ain Town Center and I wanted to have night shots before I share it with you. I was so lucky that I had an opportunity to click right after our dinner. Accompanied by my hubby, with my little camera in my pocket, we drove to Al Ain Town Center to check out its beauty by night.

Al Ain Town Center is the place where vendors sell everything from cheaply made toys and souvenirs to spices, arabian incense (arabian oud), abayas, and gold. You will find some fountains and gardens around the area, there is a minipark with benches to sit back and relax while watching the busy streets and colorful lights in pan arab colors.



An entry post for Watery Wednesday hosted by 2sweetnsaxy.
and for
Outdoor Wednesday hosted by Susan @ A Southern Daydreamer.

Word of the day: moi or moya is the arabic word of water. Salaam to all!

27 comments:

  1. Lovely shots of the water fountains. Well done!

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  2. Very colorful,pansin ko lang makulay ang al ain unlike kaohsiung na very green,

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  3. so beautiful, you took really wonderful images. love the architecture style.

    i posted mine at http://ewok1993.wordpress.com

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  4. Hi Misalyn,

    Thank you for visiting my blog. It's nice to meet you here.

    Beautiful images you have here. I love them all especially the fountain shots.

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  5. Those are beautiful shots!

    We have rainy and snowy days

    PS.. Following your blog now..

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  6. Wow sis very grand naman tong entry mo hehehe, magayunon!

    Mine is here.. Following this blog now too.

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  7. Beatiful shots on the water fountains.

    Thanks for visit me:)

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  8. Stunning shots Misalyn!!
    have a great day!
    love and hugs

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  9. nice pics. sarap mamasyal kahit sa blog mo lang,feel like na andyan ako sa tabi ng fountain.

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  10. pretty lights and fountains. thanks for the tour.

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  11. hallöchen Misalyn!

    lovely shots girlash! ;) thanks for sharing i love the one with the fountain, i have cousins working there in UAE some are in Abhu Dhabi, some in Bahrain and in Dhubai, hope i could visit there someday, para lakwatsa tayo ;) *winks*

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  12. Absolutely beautiful...I don't know whether I find the night time photo more pretty than day time...but fountains are gorgeous, no matter what time!!

    My Wednesday post is published. Do come by if you get a chance...it's all Gulf Waters today. Found HERE

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  13. So wonderful to peek into your world...these are great images.

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  14. Oh my... it looks like an enchanted kingdom to me.

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  15. Looks like a fun place to go. You did very well sharing your visit there.

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  16. Beautiful shots of the fountains. It is cold here today in Atlanta so I was happy to view photos of some place that looks warmer. I would love to shop in such a pretty area and it all looks so clean. I was looking back at other posts and your blog is lovely. I will peak in again.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Joyce

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  17. Beautiful night and day! Funny, my son is in New York and put three photos of Rockefeller Center at night. Someone's post today had almost the same three photos during the day. I'm going to post them side-by-side tomorrow. Love to see everything at different times of the day, you did a magnificent job!

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  18. This city turns into a totally different place after dark. You did a good job showing us what it looks like. I like your story too. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Thanks for showing us these beautiful scenes. I would love to visit your part of the world...in person that is!

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  20. came back for my outdoor wednesday.

    Have a glimpse of Japan at my place.

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  21. What beautiful pictures. I loved the ability to see the same scene during the day and night. Very nice! Have a great Outdoor Wednesday.

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  22. These are gorgeous water shots! The fountains are very pretty!

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  23. Through those pictures, it is as if I transported myself to the middle east.

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  24. blogger friends and visitors,

    Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and for commenting. I appreciate all your comments.

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  25. Very beautiful shots Misalyn, I love the lights and fountains. I like that you photographed them in the daylight and at night, it is interesting to see both views.

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