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Migrating to Canada from Dubai? Here are some useful tips to help you through. Continue reading Migrating to Canada from Dubai? Here are some useful tips to help you through.
Have you always tried subscribing to book subscription boxes internationally and have them delivered to Dubai? It’s always a hassle with international shipment involved and gets pricey too. We discovered the only book subscription box in the UAE for as little as AED 99. Each of these boxes are customized with a recent fiction read in hardcover and some really cool goodies as well as … Continue reading Review: The Bookworm Subscription box, Dubai
Overall rating: ★★★ Food: ★★★ Ambience: ★★★ Cleanliness: ★★★★ Facilities: ★★★ Customer service: ★★★★ A friend dropped me at the Cochin international airport shortly after 7 PM, plenty for my flight which was scheduled for departure at 11 PM. The only thing in my mind was that I had a bit of work to complete prior to my arrival into Dubai and had to relax before my boarding certainly away from … Continue reading Review: The Earth lounge
My new favorite is the app called Hyper, a well curated video magazine. I generally love browsing through videos on YouTube and Vimeo, and who doesn’t? From pranks to Web series, they are all in the same pool of videos. Which is why we tend to miss out on some great video content that are trending. Hyper, has one handpicked video every hour which is … Continue reading App pick of the month!
Yeah, just 30 minutes if you live anywhere in Dubai or Sharjah. Still wondering how? Indian Fest is on at Al Qasba, Sharjah this weekend. And the place will give you the exact vibe of Rajasthan. One of the biggest cultural and art event dedicated to the profound love of Indian culture has kick started yesterday and will go on till the 19th of November, … Continue reading Want to get to Rajasthan in just 30 minutes?
This is officially my weekday note and not a weekend one. Today, at the Arabian Travel Market the Taiwanese kiosk had an interactive segment for the tea lovers. Me being an ardent coffee lover, what attracted me to the counter was the number of ingredients that was on display while the sign board said they were preparing tea. Lei Cha or ground tea is not … Continue reading The story of the Taiwanese tea – Lei Cha