Young grasshopper, you are not listening close enough!
Try to get into a big empty new building which has no hear or air systems in it yet - must be cool ambiences in there.
Record the traffic through a tube or something interesting like that.
Record an authentic Dubai train station or airport squawk box or PA system - those are always valuable to put the audience immediately into foreign surroundings in a movie.
Forgive me if I sound like a cliche American, but I'm sure Camel vocals would be valuable recorded at 192K for use in monster movies.
Record foreign ambiences that people would pay a pretty penny for over here in the states.
I'm sure you can get close enough to some of the gigantic cranes and things there to get some great servo and mechanical sounds.
The value of desert ambiences and clean desert wind can never be underestimated in anyone's library.
Some of the musical instruments and things there could be awesome. Possibly getting a job recording a local musical group or theater house which puts on concerts?
There is a myriad of ways to put recording to use.