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The Weird, The Cool and The Amazing at Art Dubai 2015  Posted on 03/24/2015
Dubai’s art week is about to end and it has been an overwhelming and inspiring experience for us. Last Saturday, we went to Madinat Jumeirah to have a look at this year’s Art Dubai. Since it was the last day of the exhibition,...
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Nowruz 1394 at Shayan Restaurant  Posted on 03/18/2015
Persians follow the solar calendar hence the first day of spring technically marks the beginning of a new year. To usher in Nowruz (Persian New Year), Shayan Restaurant invited us over a festive dinner featuring traditional Persian dishes....
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Seeing Through Light – A Trip Down Saadiyat Island  Posted on 03/16/2015
The first time my eyes laid on that over-lit billboard located along Sheikh Zayed Road, I felt a mix of hatred and delight. For one, I loathe light pollution and two, I got excited with what’s on the ad – a preview to the...
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Strasbourg: France Meets Germany  Posted on 03/14/2015
At exactly 1:15 PM, our train left Gare de Nancy-Ville. The trip was smooth as usual, passing by fields, buildings and houses. I dozed off eventually and when I opened my eyes, everything highly contrasts what I last saw. The color palette...
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Friday Brunch with Little Suzie’s Diner  Posted on 03/11/2015
Little Suzie’s Diner Brunch is a new theme for Pullman Dubai Deira City Centre’s Friday brunch. It brings a new experience altogether as Medley restaurant transforms into a 50’s diner offering classic American fare while...
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Al Ain Road Trip: Of Oases and History  Posted on 03/06/2015
Al Ain is the second big city in Abu Dhabi. Sometimes people mistook it as an emirate in itself, probably because it’s bigger and more popular than the other emirates. Known as Garden City because of its lush vegetation (of course...
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#BreakfastDate at Pi: Breakfast and Pies  Posted on 03/02/2015
My memory of Teacher’s Village in Quezon City can be summed up in two words: counter strike (oh yes, I used to be one of the boys) and food (Maginhawa suki here!). It was one of our favorite spots when we were still in college...
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Four Afternoons in Tbilisi  Posted on 02/28/2015
Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, is a small city tourism-wise (well, it actually depends on which areas are touristy to you or not). So when we were plotting out our itinerary, we didn’t dedicate a full day of exploring it. Instead,...
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  • Snip-dogg06
    Snip-dogg06 07 July 2014 09:12:10

    The UAE is considered desert country but if you haven't been here or want to visit, you'll get an experience of a lifetime and you'll come away with wow, what a desert...


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