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Summer Holiday Booking

  We received my little boy’s school calendar for the last quarter about a week ago. Their classes ends by middle of June and he will have ten days break before summer camp starts. Hubby asked me to plan for our summer holiday getaway. But since we also have scheduled …

Lunch At The Farm Al Barari

The menu is presented on an IPad. ((^_^)) Dubai’s newest restaurant is located in one of the most exclusive community called Al Barari.  Though this is our first time to enter the gated residential area, it was relatively easy to find as one will not miss the sign along Emirates …

Weeekend Snapshot: Street Dancers

Happy Sunday everyone! How is your weekend going on? Ours is going well and little relaxing. It’s a relief after what seemed to be three stressful weeks. We finally got the chance to dine at  a Thai restaurant we’ve been wanting to visit. We met a couple of friends and …

Photography Works Of Dubai Crown Prince

It’s been a busy, busy weekend – Earth Hour, Dubai World Cup 2012, Christian Louboutin Exhibit, and now I bring you the last but certainly not the least – photography works of the Dubai Crown Prince.  Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum is Dubai’s hereditary Prince. He is …

10 Best Cities To Live In The Arab World

Kippreport, a prestigious business magazine in the Middle East released its annual study on the the best city to live in the Arab World. Factors which help them decide include a) business and economy, b) health, c) education, d) telecom and transportation, e) security and human rights, f) culture and …

Apartment Lease Renewal

Thank you for another year of roof above our head. ((^_^)) Hubby’s company HR informed him last week that our apartment is renewed again for another year – until April 2013. We are really thankful that this no longer concerns our budget because my little boy’s  school is very, very …

Tuesday Travels: Dubai Mini Zoo

By Saturday, the sandstorm has mellowed. So we made a quick trip to Dubai mini zoo early in the morning. Don’t be disheartened with cramped space of the animals. The mini-zoo houses nearly two hundred species of mammals, birds, reptiles and fish. Most of these animals were either rescued over …

Winter Afternoons At Zabeel Park

It seems the cold snap has passed. The city is back to its sunny days so we want to make the most of the lovely weather by spending as much time outdoors. Our Fridays are spent at outdoor parks where we grill, feed the birds or just have a whole …