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Summer Holiday Thoughts

If I could just teleport right now I would be very happy to be somewhere else . Our AC just broke down. Of all the days or seasons. When it’s almost 50degrees outside, the rusty old guy decided to rain on my parade. Literally. Because it’s actually raining inside our house because of the water… Continue reading Summer Holiday Thoughts

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Restaurant-Hopping with the Toddler Part 1

Once in a while we love going to buffet restaurants.  Who wouldn’t want to indulge in a great feast and forgetting about a pile of laundry waiting at home? Oh don’t you love those theatrical carving stations? I wish I can taste them all. My husband and I thought Saffron is the best buffet restaurant… Continue reading Restaurant-Hopping with the Toddler Part 1

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Bloom where You are Planted

How many times I’ve been to the Miracle Garden. I have so many nice pictures from our recent visit. Two weeks back it was my third. Like the Global Village. It’s a must -do when you’re visiting Dubai before the boiling temperature of summer starts. Even though there’s a lot more places to visit now… Continue reading Bloom where You are Planted

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Beach day! — “Why going out in Dubai is NOT a Good Idea Yet unless…! “

Just when I thought that the weather is getting cooler I was instantly proven wrong yesterday. Our beach days normally happens twice a week before the weekends, Mondays  and Wednesdays.But since it’s been ages since we took Sasha out to play we decided to go to the beach last Friday  but due to some sleeping… Continue reading Beach day! — “Why going out in Dubai is NOT a Good Idea Yet unless…! “

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Travel Does the Heart Good : Go UnPlug 

As I woke up from the blinding light of the sun peaking through the window blinds I suddenly realized that I don’t have to get up early to fix breakfast for the boys. Instead I could hear just right next door the banging of cutlery as my mother-in-law set the table for our first meal… Continue reading Travel Does the Heart Good : Go UnPlug