Mums and kids enjoy Abu Dhabi
LAST month, five travel agents from MTA and their children were lucky enough to participate in a famil to Abu Dhabi, hosted by the Department of Culture and Tourism-Abu Dhabi and Etihad Airways, and supported by Emirates Palace and the Park Hyatt.
Winners of the MTA exclusive famil were selected after they completed a quiz on the family offerings in Abu Dhabi, and described why they wanted to go to the city.
Participants of the famil were: Tracey Lee Flower and her son Harrison Lee Flower; Alysha White and Ziggy Beattie; Nadia Murphy and Ginger Murphy; Jennifer McCullough and Sam Hewens; Belinda Paul and Matilda Paul; and Abu Dhabi Country Manager Jennifer Gaskin.
Highlights of the trip were Fri brunch at the Rosewood which included games and activities for the children, visiting the theme parks on Yas Island including Warner Bros. World, Ferrari World and Yas Waterworld, CLYMB Abu Dhabi and the Falcon Hospital.
Staying at the stunning hotels of Emirates Palace and the Park Hyatt on Saadiyat Island, the mums and kids were treated to the ultimate in Abu
FEARS surrounding the ongoing outbreak of coronavirus have hit the Aussie dollar hard, which remains trapped at 11-year lows.
Other currencies feeling the squeeze include the Chinese yuan and Singapore dollar, while the US dollar, Japanese yen and Swiss franc have continued on an upward trajectory.
On a more positive note, the AUDNZD gained 0.5%.
Wholesale rates this morning.
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A YELLOW boat adventure, checking out the Abu Dhabi skyline.
MATILDA, Ginger, Sam and Harrison get nautical at Yas Waterworld. SAM, Ziggy and Harrison perfect their Abbey Road at the Louvre Abu Dhabi. pose
local camel meet some of the ALYSHA and Ziggy Palace. residents of the Emirates
SHEIKH Zayed Grand Mosque.
FERRARI World Abu Dhabi.
GINGER and Matilda feeling the joy in Abu Dhabi.