Speaking about the 16-day food festival in UAE's capital, Caines
said: "Fantastic experience, hard work but it's been rewarding.
had been involved in financial dealings with Mr Hickman before his death, and admitted visiting him on the night of the murder.
Friends and supporters of Caines
, aged 42, have already lodged a second appeal at the Birmingham offices of the Criminal Cases Review Committee with evidence they claim was previously withheld by police.
In October, Caines
was moved from Rye Hill prison, at Onley, near Rugby, to a lower category facility at Ashlawn, on the other side of Leicester.
Newport-based Baulch, the 1999 world indoor champion, has raced Caines
twice this season with little success.
will head north again tomorrow to Gateshead for a Super League meeting and then he will be back in Birmingham in late July for the Norwich Union World Trials and AAA Championships at the Alexander Stadium (July 25-27).
was jailed for the murder of Colin Hickman, aged 55, who died after being stabbed 15 times when he opened the door to his home in Shaftesbury Road, Earlsdon, in March, 1994.
, the Birchfield Harrier who had gone into the final clearly the fastest sprinter, had to settle for bronze as Germany's world indoor silver medallist Schultz delighted the nearcapacity crowd in the 68,000 Olympic Stadium with victory in 45.14 seconds.
The balloons represent each week that Caines
has been imprisoned and it takes place shortly before Prisoners' Justice Day on August 10.
Mr Hickman was stabbed 16 times in the hall at his home in Earlsdon and Caines
(40) was convicted on scientific evidence placing him at the scene.
had been involved in financial dealings with Mr Hickman for some time before his death.
Minutes after brilliantly snatching the gold medal from 1999 runner-up Milton Campbell in the closest finish to any 400m race in the 18-year-old history of the championships, Caines
played down his nailbiting success.