Dubai's biggest and long holiday celebration for this month of November, Eid Al Adha is a holiday at the end of the Hajj, the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca which is one of the greatest religious observance in Islam. In some traditionally Muslim countries, families or groups of families may purchase an animal known as udhiya, usually a goat or sheep, to sacrifice, but this is not common or legal in many parts of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States or many other countries. In these countries, groups of people may purchase a whole carcass from a butcher or slaughterhouse and divide it amongst themselves or just buy generous portions of meat for a communal meal on Eid-al-Adha. People also give money to enable poorer members of their local community and around the world to eat a meat-based meal.
Busy Reading under the sun
As we plan for our holiday with the kids we went to Dreamland way to Ras Al Khaima a big swimming area with lots of rides,slides and big pools as we started our day as the usual Johan prepared breakfast, I do the dishes after then he go straight to pick up the kids. We spent 5 hours under the sun with nice weather and a coldy wind. Kids start to play and taking slides even if the water is too cold it does not even bother for them to stop having fun as Mirthe always splash the water at me lucky I run faster than her, chasing running around with their father.