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The voluntary interruption of a routine activity, usually understood to mean work
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But perhaps the least subtle image noticed by a holidayer in the country was a sign saying "En vacances" in a butcher's shop.
Police said the holidayer was stabbbed when he went to complain.
There was overnight fog formation over Abu Dhabi International Airport and it affected travel plans of holidayers and weekend flyers as most of the flights got delayed.
by Times News Service Time is running out for holidayers as seats on flights and rooms in hotels are filling up fast
While the 2mn years old Al Hoota Cave at the foothills of Jebel Shams, which opened a few days before the holidays were announ-ced, was arguably the most popular destination during the break, Ras al Hadd and the green turtles nesting too attracted a good number of holidayers.