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Hi. :)

I made it safely to Dubai on 28th June.

It has been a crazy few weeks! I am now settled and living in DIFC.

I have had some great times so far and now it would be lovely to make some friends.

Any 20-something, 30-somethings interested in being friends?

It would be great to make some gal pals too, like in London.
 

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Hi. :)

I made it safely to Dubai on 28th June.

It has been a crazy few weeks! I am now settled and living in DIFC.

I have had some great times so far and now it would be lovely to make some friends.

Any 20-something, 30-somethings interested in being friends?

It would be great to make some gal pals too, like in London.
Are you Male or Female?
 

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@ The Rascal, long time ha ha :) I arrived in one piece.

@ iggles Me ?! ''Shukran habibi'' ha ha ha ;)
I am either going to get banned for htat comment, or the controller of my bank account will kill me.

It's been a good life.

What does Shukran habib mean, I am English not Arabic :)
 

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Always good to hear, how's the handbag collection going?
Wellllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll... Haven't had the chance to visit Karama yet... ;-) Ha ha I'm joking!

I haven't done any retail therapy! It seems almost every evening after work has resulted in a large consumption of Sambuca. Bizzare!
 

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I am either going to get banned for htat comment, or the controller of my bank account will kill me.

It's been a good life.

What does Shukran habib mean, I am English not Arabic :)
Shukran habib - loosely translated means "I fall at your feet Iggles oh king of Arabia"

A more literal translation is "thank you close friend"

Cheers
Steve
 

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Shukran habib - loosely translated means "I fall at your feet Iggles oh king of Arabia"

A more literal translation is "thank you close friend"

Cheers
Steve
This made me giggle! Love your translation. Just trying to learn some local lingo... ;)
 
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