The tallest building in the world – Burj Khalifa.






View from the 148th floor.  Pat, I think you should challenge Cydney and her class to determine how high above the ground I am.   




The Persian Gulf.




16 thoughts on “DUBAI”

  1. It is great to follow your flight and see all the wonderful places you are visiting,many of which I visited in the 80’s, be safe and keep us up to date !

      1. Glad this leg was better than the last. Enjoy and safe travels in the morning. I hope your Spydertracks will be fully functional this time!! The Arabian Sea is just a warm up 😳

  2. Beautiful pictures! Thank you so much for sharing this experience with the rest of us! Stay safe – looking forward to seeing you in a few weeks!

  3. So envious of your journey, but I am delighted you are sharing it with us. Please keep the reports coming and best of luck the rest of the way!

    See you back at HEF sometime…

  4. Adrien, congratulations for following your dream. Safe travels on this remarkable journey! Love your pictures.

  5. Adrian, your pictures are awesome! Better than a National Goegraphic tour!
    Michele and I had dinner with Cynthia and Dennis last night and toasted to your safe flight.
    All the best,

  6. A double “Wow”! Amazing city! Thanks for the snapshots and commentary; 👏👍😉

    masa’ alkhayr (Good evening)

  7. Adrian,
    Your confidence must be soaring. Dubai to Sri Lanka ? Yea, sure, just your basic 2000 mile trip in a single engine piston aircraft. No big deal.
    Stay safe my brother,
    Mike Girardi

  8. Glad to see Spidertracks has caught up. Enjoy Sri Lanki. You will really enjoy your next stops.

  9. Good luck Adrian from Osbourn High School CCN Manassas (Media Team) — we are following your journey! This is amazing!!!
    We have a few future civil engineers in our club — inspiring!

  10. Adrian, While in Brisbane, take time to go see Charles Kingsford Smith’s “Southern Cross” on display in it’s own glass-walled museum on the international airport grounds. He crossed the Pacific in the other direction.

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