As they make their way through the United Arab Emirates, our travelers haved arrive to Ajman. Mohammad and Majed’s first stop during episode 3 of the GMC #OurUAE mini-series brings them to Sheikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, the owner of majestic Arabian horses. While in Ajman they also visit an aquatic produce farm, and an emphatic stamp collector.
Humaid Al Nuaimi tells the journeymen that he worked with the stall from its beginnings, and is proud of what it has accomplished. When asked why he chose Arabian horses, Nuaimi explains that horse beauty contests all over the world are restricted to Arabian horses because the standards and specifics are unique to Arabian horses. His biggest honor is the world championship trophy his stall won in Paris during 2014, for it was their first world championship victory where they represented the UAE. During their visit, Mohammad and Majed make good use of the GMC Sierra 3500HD and haul some food over for the future beauty contest contenders.
For their next stop, Mohammad and Majed use the Sierra to visit “Uncle Abdullah,” president of the Emirates Philatelic Association, or as he puts it, “head of the Emirates Stamp community.” The idea is to introduce others to their history and culture through postage stamps. Uncle Abdullah informs the travelers of the history of stamps in the UAE, and explains why the value never rose the way other stamps did.
The final visit in Ajman brings the two travelers to a hydroponic farm owned by Mohammad Rashed Al Nuaimi. He tells Mohammad and Majed that he believes if everyone worked together on hydroponic farming then the UAE would produce an “acceptable” amount as opposed to importing most of its produce.
The visuals of the beautiful horses, historically rich stamps, and early-growth aquatic farm should be seen to be appreciated, so kick off your shoes and enjoy.
You can see the first installment of the mini-series here.