Sunday Musings #26: One About My Visit To The Gold Souq


Yet another Sunday and here I am to update the happenings in my colorful life from Dubai.

We have guests staying over this month and that means you may get to see more of the places we take them to visit around Dubai. I love this time in Dubai when it is not too cold that we have to bring out the sweaters nor too hot that we can’t walk around the city in the noon. 

Last week we visited Gold Souq which means Gold market and as I have told you already, we in Dubai are the definition of Over the Top. Yes we are and when I say Gold souq, imagine a spice market with wares displayed out in the open and sellers calling out to you but with gold. 

Too hard to believe? I, for once, remembered to take pictures for you guys. Here I go:

Gold Dress

Gold leopard Gold shoe

Gold souq   Gold souq jewel



Gold diamond doll    Gold souq

I will try and bring more updates and pictures from my city in the upcoming weeks. 

If you like what you see, you should consider following my new Instagram account (yes I finally jumped in) where I will post more of these and books as well. At least, I plan to do that.

On the blog

Here is a quick recap of the week that went by:


  • On Monday I reviewed Mindy Kaling’s Why not me?  

Why not me?




Around the blogosphere

While there were so many awesome posts that I read this week, these are some of my favorites. If I don’t follow your blog yet, let me know and I will make amends right away .

I will be linking today’s post with Caffeinated reviewer’s Sunday post Meme.

How was your weekend? Should I make longer posts about Dubai and its places? Let us talk.” alt=”Gold Souq” class=”wp-image-3364″/>


  1. awesome pictures. my uncle is in dubai for at least another year so i’m hoping i can find time + money that matches up to my mums free time so i can finally go and visit. im sur eit’d be an experience!

  2. Wow, that’s a lot of amazing jewelry (and other gold stuff)! Over the top, yes, but much of it is also beautiful. Is Dubai home for you, or are you living there temporarily? An acquaintance of mine, a teacher, spent 4 or 5 years teaching in the UAE; they moved back here about a year ago. She and her family enjoyed their time there.

    Have a wonderful week!
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