Get a splash of ultimate fun and screaming colors! It’s time to get soak and experience a rainbow of happiness at the Smartline Bin Majid Beach Resort with our Water and Color Party on Friday 22nd March 2019 as we shower you with yet another unique entertainment. Tag along your happy group and celebrate a vibrant bash at the beach with delicious food stalls, a booming upbeat music from our live DJ, rain dance set-up for a groovy vibes and variety of beverages as we paint you with a smile!
Live DJ | Rain Dance | Delicious Food Stalls | Endless Entertainment and more!
Smartline Bin Majid Beach Resort
Friday | 22nd March 2019 | 2:00PM – 9:00PM
Entrance at AED 75 per person
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One of my goals this year is to learn more about the history and geology of the places I visit. I want to understand the significance of a place in addition to just appreciating its natural beauty, because photos mean more to me when there’s a story behind them.
For example, did you know that Zion was originally called Mukuntuweap National Monument? It was named this as a tribute to the Southern Paiutes that lived there and most likely means “straight canyon.” Also, the 21 short switchbacks that take you up to Scout Lookout (on the Angels Landing hike) are called “Walter’s Wiggles,” named in honor of Walter Ruesch, the park’s first custodian and the man who first proposed the switchback plan.
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Wandering on a hillside escape provides so much joy for this little adventurer.
It’s amazing how driving east for 2.5 hours provides some incredibly different landscapes. #ReadyToHeadBack
Think solar power is the future? Think again.
I'm almost finished building this 9 megawatt farm. Throughout the 27 acre footprint of this plant, there is not a single living plant on the ground, sans the fenced off zone along the upper edge where indian artifacts we're found.
Many of the proposed solar farms in the US are going to be upwards of 50-800 megawatts, enough to power about 200,000 homes.
To power the entire US, you'd need about 4 million gigawatts, or about 11,200,000 acres worth of solid panels. That's the size of Vermont and New Hampshire combined.
If solar is a "green" energy then how can it be a problem?
On a micro level, solar panels on top of existing buildings, this is a relatively clean way to produce energy. But in this massive and centralized manner, it's a massive degradation of the landscape.
The same could be said for all green energy: wind, hydro, or otherwise.
While many are focusing on how to create more power, few are figuring out ways to need less.
Aside from a nice paycheck, this job has given me a lot of food for thought about green energy and its effect on the environment.
In the end, I'm a fan of solar power, but not so much of large scale solar farms.
How will these farms impact wildlife? And what will our children think of these landscapes when they grow up?
This farm is expected to have a lifespan of just 25 years. Then what?
Our "Into the Mountains" organic cotton tee celebrates the snowy mountains and crisp, clean air that call to our hearts! Two dollars of your purchase benefits conservation efforts in Washington state. ❄🏔🏂⛷
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“Away is a place where it’s not about the money you spend. It’s about the moments you share.” 🏕🏔🏞⛰❄🏂⛷
Miss camping near Jade Lake and her IMPECCABLE turquoise waters 💙
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What motivates you? What in life adds that extra element of excitement?
For many it may be a chance to escape the norm’ for others it can be time spent on a hobby or certain activities. For me, it’s the thrill of venturing into the great unknown of the outdoors. The opportunity to find what’s around the corner while creating memories in doing so. Being able to disconnect from our everyday hustle n’ bustle is one of the greatest satisfactions that allow us to truly appreciate our beautiful surroundings. Here’s to the adventures had and the many to come!