Writing Systems Of The World

This is a very interesting Map showing all the Writing Systems of the World.

The four main one are Latin, Arabic, Chinese and Cyrillic

Than we are having many others like Georgian, Armenian, Greek, Hebrew, Tifinagh, Amharic, Thaana, Mongolian, Japonese, Korean, Yi, Burmese, Lao, Thai, Khmer, Burginese, Sinhala, Tibetan, Oriya, Gurmikhi, Kannada, Devanagari, Telugu, Gujarati, Malayalam, Bengal, Tami, Cherokee, Inuktitut, …

Writing Systems Of The World

Goodbye Dubai Burj Khalifa


When we go down from “At the Top” and leave the Burj Khalifa we can see these words

Sai an jima– Hausa

До Свидания – Russian

Adios – Spanish

مع السلامة – Arabic

Goodbye – English

 Hoşçakal – Turkish

안녕 – Korean

ගිහිල්ලා එන්නම් – Sinhala

じゃまたね – Japanese

Auf Wiedersehen – German

Arrivederci – Italian

Au Revoir – French

Hejdå – Swedish

Paalam – Filipino

Adeus – Portuguese

Selamat jalan – Malay

再见 – Chinese

अलविदा – Hindi


impossible isn’t French

The French expression “impossible n’est pas français” is actually a proverb, equivalent to “there’s no such thing as can’t” or simply “nothing is impossible.” In French, you should never say that something is impossible, because – according to the French proverb – impossible isn’t even a French word. Likewise, in English, you should never say that you “can’t” do something because the concept of “can’t” doesn’t exist. In other words, nothing is impossible and there isn’t anything you can’t do. It would make a good motivational poster in either language (if you’re into that kind of thing).


-His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

“The word impossible is not in the leader’s dictionaries. No matter how big the challenges, strong faith, determination and resolve will overcome them.”


At the Top (Burj Khalifa)

Enjoy unparalleled views of Dubai from At the Top,the observation deck in Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. Located on the level 124 and easily accessible thanks to the super-swift elevators which climb at a rate of 10 meters per second, you can expect exhilarating sights of the city and photo opportunities aplenty.


At the Top

Burj Al Arab Hotel

Burj Al Arab soars to a height of 321 metres, dominating the Dubai skyline. Illuminated at night by choreographed lighting representing water and fire – Burj Al Arab is simply individual, inspired, impressive.

This all-suite luxury hotel in Dubai reflects the very finest that the world has to offer. With a discreet in-suite check-in, private reception desk on every floor and a brigade of highly trained butlers, you can be assured of the ultimate in personal service throughout your stay. Upgrade your experience at Burj Al Arab with your chauffeur driven Rolls Royce.


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Dubai Cabs color

Dubai Taxi Cabs


Dubai is not a walking city, either you should take the metro or a cab

Color Company Telephone Comments
Green Al Arabia Taxi tel +971-4-2855566 http://www.arabiataxi.ae
tollfree 800-272242
White City Taxi  very Expensive
Blue Cars Taxi tel +971-4-2693344 http://www.carstaxi.ae
toll-free 800-227789
Red Dubai Taxi tel +971-4-2080808 dtc.rta.ae
Orange Metro Taxi tel +971-4-2673222
Yellow National Taxi tel +971-4-3390002 http://www.nationaltaxi.ae
Gold Hatta Taxi
Pink Ladies Taxi Female drivers, female passengers only