Dubai, you are my third hometown

About to leave, I will bid farewell to the ups and downs of Shangyu, my second hometown, and set foot on the plane to Dubai again, crossing the sea to this emerging city deep in the desert. This time it may last for three years. I can’t believe that I am so keen on this desert and this city. I miss the beautiful scenery of Dubai. She is my third hometown in my heart, where I can’t give up my hometown complex. Last time I stayed in Dubai for two months, I witnessed the congestion and prosperity of Dubai, and also understood the enthusiasm and kindness of Dubai people. Dubai people have the kindness and enthusiasm that they are born with. It is difficult to compare the quality of picking up money at night with that of domestic people. There are many kinds of people walking on the street every time, I always see the behavior that private cars there slowly leave the way for pedestrians on the zebra crossing corridor, which is quite different from domestic drivers. It may have a close relationship with their belief in Islam. God has taught them this good custom. Dubai is the second largest city in the United Arab Emirates. In the 1950 s, it was also a simple seaside town in Arabian Gulf. After the 1990 s, Dubai was rich because of oil and changed completely. Rows of skyscrapers rose up magically on the banks of Hall. In Dubai, high-rise buildings are constantly setting new records. The tallest building in the world today is here. The world’s most luxurious hotel, the seven-star sailing Hotel, is also standing on the coast of Dubai, the villas in Palm Island are even more new. A large number of tourists from all over the world gathered in Dubai for sightseeing from all directions, so that the hotel occupancy rate in Dubai was as high as 85%, exceeding the hotel occupancy rate in the world’s first-tier cities such as Tokyo, New York and London. Dubai airport is also rated as one of the top ten airports in the world. All this mainly benefits from a large number of tourists and businessmen from all over the world flocking to Dubai. As a country in China, we have opened the routes from Beijing to Dubai, Shanghai to Dubai, and Guangzhou to Dubai, which shows that Dubai has great influence and attraction on the world. If I sign in Dubai for three or six years, then Dubai will become my third hometown, and I have an inexplicable intimacy. When I went there for the first time, I already liked this foreign country-Oasis in the desert, Pearl on the Arabian Sea, world-famous city, free trade port, I believe this will leave me too many feelings and thoughts. I will learn a lot in Dubai, and I will get a lot in Dubai. Everything I am doing now will be hard work and hard work in Dubai. There are gains and losses. I know that in front of relatives and friends, I will lose a lot, and there is no way to make up for it. I was born in Shanghai, grew up in Shangyu, and worked in Dubai. Dubai, you are my third hometown. Because of you, my life will become more wonderful and gorgeous. Because of you, my life path will become wider and smoother.

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