In my lunch break on a beautiful summer day, I went outside to test out my Sony RX100 mark3. This was one of those testshots. I love this little camera.
In Dubai Marina there is a wealth of restaurants offering cuisines from around the world – covering everything from casual, fresco cafes and eateries to fine dining establishments and trendy bars.
There is a good network of roads in and around the area plus a tram that links the Dubai Metro and the Palm Monorail, running along Al Sufouh Road and Jumeirah Beach Road from the Mall of the Emirates at one end to Dubai Marina at the other. In addition, a water bus runs from 10am to 10pm every 15 minutes between various stations within the marina. There is also a ferry that runs between Dubai Marina Mall and Al Ghubaiba as well as a selection of more tourist minded routes out to the Palm and back or traditional abara rides around the marina area.
In terms of accommodation, each sub-community presents its residents with a complete lifestyle, not only with the provision of luxury apartments, but with complementary amenities such as swimming pools and gymnasiums, as well as meeting rooms and business center facilities.
It’s no surprise then that Dubai Marina living has become one of the most desirable and sought-after lifestyles in the world. It’s an incomparable place to live, socialize and visit – that thrills residents and has visitors returning time and again.
Clarke Quay’s wonderful buildings, historic and so colourful.
The sunset view over the grand canal taken on top of the Rialto bridge. Beautiful night scenery and street lights on top of Rialto bridge. Venice, Italy.
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Clarke Quay, the historical riverside precinct in Singapore where old warehouses have been transformed into a colourful dining and entertainment complex. (This image is unedited, except for a horizontal crop.)
famous grand canale from Rialto Bridge at blue hour, Venice, Italy
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