Dubai is known for excess and extravagance. Sitting on the Persian Gulf Coast of the United Arab Emirates it is a city built on the wealth of the oil trade, now finding it’s economic future in tourism, real estate and financial services. The tourist industry in Dubai is largely based on the phenomenal shopping malls and beautiful hotels with every add on imaginable. Read more
Guest Blog by Kirsty Fisher
Shopping is my number 1 hobby and I know it is the case for millions of other women too. Any chance to pop out to the shops for just a ‘couple of things’ always escalates into a big shopping spree, returning with many more items than expected and trying to justify your latest purchases to your other half. But it’s what girls do best right?
Here are a few of my favourite shopping malls in Istanbul, USA, Dubai Read more
Old is chic – old buildings left to rot on the outside and funky done up inside. We are off on a browsing, eating and window shopping trip in North Melbourne’s funky suburb of Fitzroy. Johnson Street and Brunswick Street here we come!
One, which will be offered 3 times next year is a tour especially for women
No men – no limits – Women and Krakow
I am in Adelaide for a couple of weeks – it’s winter but the weather is mild. We are in the city for a day. Adelaide has a fabulous Central Market open Tuesday – Saturday until 1pm. It is undercover, with great parking next door – fresh fruit and vegetables, olives, cheeses, fish, cakes and breads. It has everything you might need for a week of delicious meals – and soon that is exactly what we have. Last stop is coffee at Luigias – a must to catch your breath and watch the world go by.