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Unsolicited thoughts of a Pinay runner and yogi in Dubai read more [Hits: 11 - Added: 15-09-13]http://amorsrunningdiaries.wordp...
Bumps, Babies and Beyond is a parenting and family blog about expat life in Dubai, UAE. read more [Hits: 75 - Added: 16-07-11]http://blogs.angloinfo.com/bumps...
Boys, life, desert dwelling and more read more [Hits: 54 - Added: 09-12-11]http://dubaiunveiled.wordpress.c...
This blog celebrates my adventures in academia while revealing my in-class, on-the-road, and at-home experiences in the United States and as an expat... read more [Hits: 4 - Added: 18-10-16]https://doctorious.org
All things running, fitness, health and wellness-related. read more [Hits: 32 - Added: 05-05-13]http://fitchicksandfastwomen.wor...
A mother's diary of living sustainable with her toddler in UAE. Discovering eco travel ideas. Endeavoring to spread the awareness about local... read more [Hits: 7 - Added: 18-03-16]http://lead-green-life.blogspot....
Chat about life, beauty & style, kids and living in Dubai! read more [Hits: 22 - Added: 04-11-13]http://www.mymashuplife.com/
A food blogging duo that don't only review the food, but review the entire experience. We review the entire experience of a restaurant, which includes... read more [Hits: 0 - Added: 08-01-17]http://omnoms.ae
Parallel Universe is a chronicle of being an Indian-American writer from Texas now living in the U.A.E.
read more [Hits: 42 - Added: 29-10-11]http://angelashah.wordpress.com/
My blog is about any and everything that makes me smile - from parenting to family time to coffee mornings to date nights. read more [Hits: 23 - Added: 16-10-11]http://purplechronicle.blogspot....
Worried about leaving your kids with the housemaid? An older nanny with wisdom and a sense of adventure could be just what you need Bobby’s dream was always – should she be alone after ret... read more
Posted on 21 February 2017 | 10:32 am
CIRCLES IN THE SAND … Marianne Makdisi
Are you a connector — or looking to connect? In his 2000 book “The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference,” author Malcolm Gladwell argues that ideas, products, m... read more
Posted on 21 February 2017 | 8:00 am
Travellers from around the globe can get their first taste of erstwhile Ceylon, just outside the airport at the Old Dutch Hospital on the fringe of skyscrapered, modern Colombo. Or... read more
Posted on 18 February 2017 | 11:38 am
Raju Omlet started off as a small, cosy little place in Karama serving egg-based desi breakfast faves all day long. From there they have become one of the most popular egg-based casual dining spots in... read more
Posted on 13 February 2017 | 10:24 am
For many of us, when we think of Borneo, we would almost immediately think of orangutan. In fact, many have travelled, or plan to travel, to this third largest island in the world simply to see orangu... read more
Posted on 11 February 2017 | 8:30 pm
Ramble and Wander
There is a dearth in my photo stream. And until now, there has been a similar gaping omission on this page… I haven’t written about langos. The reason is twofold. Only one is the lack of ... read more
Posted on 25 January 2017 | 5:47 am
Just 2 days back IRENA's (International Renewable Energy Agency) 7th Assembly concluded in Abu Dhabi. During this Assembly United Nations President of General Assembly, Peter Thomson addressed in pres... read more
Posted on 17 January 2017 | 1:55 pm
Green Living in Dubai
Irv Duell. Photo courtesy of Walck Portraits (formerly Tim Walck Photography).On November 22nd, 2016, the town of Coudersport lost an iconic and very special man, Irvin (Irv) Duell. Widely... read more
Posted on 15 December 2016 | 12:00 pm
Walck This Way
I guess most OFW has the same reason when they decided to find their luck on a foreign land. Main reason: to give a better life to our family.To tell you honestly, I had already made a decision of lea... read more
Posted on 14 September 2016 | 7:21 pm
Tondo Girl in the Desert
Hello everyone! Almost a year of blogging hiatus – I am back! So what have I been up to?? I had a tailbone injury that made us decide to hold off our Annapurna 100km race last March 2014 I... read more
Posted on 2 April 2015 | 7:39 am
Nanay ni Gat
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