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In Pursuit Of Camel In My Milk

 

In Pursuit Of Camel In My Milk
 

The seven wonders of the Emirates, UAE are Ajman,Dubai, Fujairqh, Ras-Al Khamah,Sharjah, Umn Al-Quwain,and its Capital City is in Abu Dhabi with its official Flagship Etihad Airline.
The most populous city is in Dubai with its smallest city in Ajman. Abu Dhabi is the largest with its history of pearl trading industry thriving and collapsing afterwards when the British had discovered oil in 1966 and its Independence noted in 1971.

On this occasion, my solo trip had lead me to seek the elusive "camel milk" that I've only read about in the Al Ain souk camel market for the sought after "Camel Raising" as well as its Camel milk.
If, I was to take this journey via the bus for 250 Dirhams or, to take a taxi at an abundance this will be on a winding roads upwards...

At the largest and the newest Yas Mall in Abu Dhabi which is connected to the Ferrari World, I had approached the information desk of Mr. Ahmed Al Juinaibi who had informed me that the camel milk does not exist in the Yas Mall although I had informed him that I had found some "camel milk ice cream" in their supermarket; hence, I had earned my gift of The Sheikh Zahed Grand Mosque post-cards as well as a map of Al Ain.

Camel milk ice cream may also be found @The second largest mall in the Marina Mall which also has a large supermarket and Al Whada Mall there also exists a large supermarket although it appears to be more crowed than the other two largest malls.

In the interim, I could not take my eyes off the azure colored ocean in each of Abu Dhabi's Islands starting from the Corniche beach along the Marina Mall onwards to the quaint Fishing Village where expats and alike are actively line fishing abound amongst its board walks with its many eateries as well as lined with famed restaurants.

Yas Island has the newest and the biggest Yas Mall with its thrill seekers seeking "fast and furious rides" amongst the Formula One Race Track for an adrenalin junkies and the likes.

Amazing place to be had in such a short time in contrast to the hustle and bustle life in Dubai; I found Abu Dhabi to be much quieter with its gorgeous beaches and its dreamy ambiance that I am so much more at peace here.

I have decided to settle for some more ice cream camel milk instead to quench my taste in Vanilla, Caramel, Pistachio and Cardamon or Arabic.

But wait, for my souveniers: " there are Camel Milk Chocolates" at an abundance in Abu Dhabi Airport no less;)'
At last, I've had an amazing gift of discovering: There's indeed A Camel in my Milk,
Cheers❣

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