Family forms an essential role in the Emirati communities; it signifies unconditional and endless love, and care and respect. Large extended families, mutual support and responsibility for loved ones are very common here so several generations can live under one roof. Emirati men are also considered to be one of most good looking in the world; they are well groomed and maintain themselves, keeping in shape. The combination of their physical features, deeply rooted cultural values and a pleasant self-confidence makes these men hard to resist! The Emirates are a country where the traditions of Islam are strongly followed, so men here often prefer to wear a kandura, which is an ankle length white tunic.
The United Arab Emirates is a country located in the southeastern end of the Arabian Peninsula, bordering the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf. It has the second largest economy in the Arab world. Islam is the official religion of the UAE, and Arabic is the official language, while English is widely spoken, especially in the business world. Its land is flat, barren with the coastal plain merging into the rolling sand dunes of the vast desert hinterland. There are some mountainous areas in the east, but they are also arid. The climate of the U.A.E is subtropical or arid, depending on location, with hot summers and warm winters.