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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by Zoey1: 9:01pm On Feb 03
Not Citizens oh.
For children of Foreign nationals to even stay and live in UAE, there documents has to be processed while the child exits and reenters.
cutieme:
Are you saying the baby becomes a citizen after the documentation or what?

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by Raymondrain: 10:30am On Feb 04
Good morning house...please is there anybody travelling to United Arab Emirates today?
Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 11:28am On Feb 04
Visa Extension, Packing, Unpacking and Why i've been Inactive.

Good day fam. Hope everyone is doing great smiley I'm sorry for the inactivity but here's what happened.
If you read my first few posts, i said i was travelling with my older siblings and along the line, i mentioned that we would be staying 14 days or less. So far we've apent more than 14 days and that's because after 12 days, we realised we hadn't gotten all we came for so we had to extend our visas.
We've also been moving between hotels due to distance. The last hotel was a good 14 stops from the City Centre (by metro). Imagine spending #750 (7.50AED) each before getting to the City centre shocked shocked and from the city centre, you will still spend some change before getting to the main market lipsrsealed
These are some of the reasons why i haven't been able to take pictures talk less of posting. Hope you understand. embarassed

The view from our current hotel.

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 11:32am On Feb 04
I uploaded clips from the Dancing Fountain on IG. If you want to see them, i'm ariketalks on IG.
Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by samee72(f): 12:15pm On Feb 04
ariketalks:
Visa Extension, Packing, Unpacking and Why i've been Inactive.

Good day fam. Hope everyone is doing great smiley I'm sorry for the inactivity but here's what happened.
If you read my first few posts, i said i was travelling with my older siblings and along the line, i mentioned that we would be staying 14 days or less. So far we've apent more than 14 days and that's because after 12 days, we realised we hadn't gotten all we came for so we had to extend our visas.
We've also been moving between hotels due to distance. The last hotel was a good 14 stops from the City Centre (by metro). Imagine spending #750 (7.50AED) each before getting to the City centre shocked shocked and from the city centre, you will still spend some change before getting to the main market lipsrsealed
These are some of the reasons why i haven't been able to take pictures talk less of posting. Hope you understand. embarassed

The view from our current hotel.



This is new to me, never knew you could extend a 14 days visa, pls can you tell us how you went about extending your 14 days visa? Thanks

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by cutieme(m): 5:39am On Feb 05
247vip:
Have been following this trend. Am in Dubai now arrived since Friday. @Ariketalks can i join your tour can be your right hand lol
How do you see the country,what's your view on the place?
Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 10:06am On Feb 05
samee72:


This is new to me, never knew you could extend a 14 days visa, pls can you tell us how you went about extending your 14 days visa? Thanks
You will have to go through your initial visa application link. In our case, we used an agency so we just went back to them and asked for the extension.
247vip:
Have been following this trend. Am in Dubai now arrived since Friday. @Ariketalks can i join your tour can be your right hand lol
Thanks for following smiley
However, it is impossible to join us at this time as:
▪We aren't part of an organised tour group.
▪We leave in 2 days so we are now rounding up our business here.
Hope you have fun though. Some kind people on this thread suggested some cool places to visit so check those out.
If you want somewhere inexpensive, try Global Village.....It's just 15AED for the entry ticket.
We went there yesterday and i'll be uploading pictures later today.

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by cutieme(m): 10:54am On Feb 05
ariketalks:

You will have to go through your initial visa application link. In our case, we used an agency so we just went back to them and asked for the extension.

Thanks for following smiley
However, it is impossible to join us at this time as:
▪We aren't part of an organised tour group.
▪We leave in 2 days so we are now rounding up our business here.
Hope you have fun though. Some kind people on this thread suggested some cool places to visit so check those out.
If you want somewhere inexpensive, try Global Village.....It's just 15AED for the entry ticket.
We went there yesterday and i'll be uploading pictures later today.
Global village is it a shopping center,what are the things one could get there and where is it located?
Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by veneza(f): 4:23pm On Feb 05
Princewill87:
Good day all, pls help me out on how to process dubai visa and ticket price

if you ask me na who I go ask,both a month visa and ticket the cheapest you can get is 250k for a month visa and ticket but na agent they do am. you can't diy accept you go deposit some cash with emirate(600k).
The question is were can I get a genuine agent.

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by cutieme(m): 5:17pm On Feb 05
veneza:


if you ask me na who I go ask,both a month visa and ticket the cheapest you can get is 250k for a month visa and ticket but na agent they do am. you can't diy accept you go deposit some cash with emirate(600k).
The question is were can I get a genuine agent.
A month's visa is not 250k o.
Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by Mizwisdom(f): 5:24pm On Feb 05
cutieme:
Global village is it a shopping center,what are the things one could get there and where is it located?


Making enquiries since 2014, that's like 5 years. Hope you will take the plunge soon, Keep the dream alive

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by NONNYG: 5:35pm On Feb 05
Mizwisdom:



Making enquiries since 2014, that's like 5 years. Hope you will take the plunge soon, Keep the dream alive
grin

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by veneza(f): 6:14pm On Feb 05
cutieme:
A month's visa is not 250k o.
+ ticket. how much your agent dey charge? oga cutieme you dey here too?
Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by veneza(f): 6:17pm On Feb 05
cutieme:
A month's visa is not 250k o.
+ ticket. read again how much your agent dey charge? oga cutieme you dey here too?
Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by cutieme(m): 7:16pm On Feb 05
Mizwisdom:



Making enquiries since 2014, that's like 5 years. Hope you will take the plunge soon, Keep the dream alive
Yea,tnx
Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 8:46pm On Feb 05
Princewill87:
Nice one bro, pls can u help me out with the price of the visa and ticket, pls bro, I don't wanna make a mistake
The visa costs between 50 and 70k. Ticket price varies between airlines. But the earlier you book, the cheaper.
Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 8:58pm On Feb 05
The Global village is a festival park with markets segmented by country or continent. It's similar to a regular amusement park with the colourful layout as well as the multitude of games and rides.
The ticket cost us 15AED each, which only guaranteed entry into the "Global Village". Everything thereafter had it's own price not covered by the initial fee.

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 9:01pm On Feb 05
There are mocks of famous attractions from other parts of the world too.

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 9:08pm On Feb 05
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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 9:09pm On Feb 05
There's also the Burj Khalifa mock

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 9:12pm On Feb 05
The pavilions smiley
They sell items strictly from the country written above each of them.

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 9:20pm On Feb 05
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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 9:20pm On Feb 05
smiley

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 9:24pm On Feb 05
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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 9:25pm On Feb 05
Last picture is Egypt

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 9:29pm On Feb 05
The Global Village opens at 4:00pm and closes at 12:00am.

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by ariketalks: 9:39pm On Feb 05
Games

There are many games at the Global Village and each game comes with both a price and a prize.
For the prize, most of the prizes are teddy bears in sizes ranging from minute to extra large. You could either win one of those, a row of cards which can renewed to get 1 free chocolate or you could win nothing at all embarassed It all depends on which game you play and the rules attached.
As for the price, you need points to play a game. One point equals 1AED. You can either pay cash or get a card loaded with points instead. How much you'd pay would be determined by how many points you request to purchase. If you go with the second option, your card will be scanned at every game stand and required points deducted.

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Re: See The United Arab Emirates Through The Lens Of A Nigerian by WIZGUY69(m): 9:41pm On Feb 05
Dubai and tourism are on another level.

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