For those of you who have been following me on my social media channels, must be very well aware of the fact that I am now a Flight Attendant with India's fastest growing private airline.
I've always wanted to update you all on the blog with the same, but I just couldn't find the time and the words to express.
Now, being a Flight Attendant isn't an easy job with the erratic timings and people trying to adjust with your schedule. I would not deny that the job has it's own perks; especially if you love to travel, explore new places and meet new people.
So recently, I visited Abu Dhabi again. Since, I've already been to Ferrari World and Yas Island, this time, I went exploring the other side of the city. Since, I had just a day in the city, I planned to visit The Emirates Palace and the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.
The Emirates Palace is a 7 star iconic hotel situated in West Corniche. Now, apart from it's wonderful architecture and magnificent rooms furnished in marble and gold, you HAVE to try their signature cappuccino sprinkled with 24 karat gold flakes for the price of just 60 AED.
|Cappuccino with 24k Gold Flakes|
Next, I visited the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque which is the largest mosque in Abu Dhabi. The sparkling white minarets with intricate leaf gold pillars define this mosque to be a breathtaking monument.
An Abaya is a must-wear for all the women entering the mosque. You can either wear your own or borrow one from the mosque. I'd suggest, visit the mosque just before the sunset. The ombre hues of the sun setting against the beautiful Grand Mosque, makes for pretty pictures too!
Check out more of Abu Dhabi's Ferrari World here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNbT3sAnju8