Salt Camp at DIFC: Are you a Camper, a Glamper or both?

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Salt or sugar? You'll find it both at the Salt Pop-up Camp located in DIFC. It only lasts until 30 January, so hurry.

Mouthwatering Wagyu burgers or decadent desserts and all other good stuff to make you a happy camper is available. Choose your orders at the cool food or desserts museum before getting billed at the counter. Food is served at your campsite.

Our happy campers enjoyed their time at the camp.


You'll also be able to decide if you're a camper or a glamper or both. 

Easy to spot along Happiness Street in DIFC between Damac Parks & Towers and Brookfields Place, hues of bold orange and pink immediately catches your attention. 

Book your camp pass here. Watch our video for full details.

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Sinampalukang Isda (Tilapia/Sea Bream) Pang-alis Umay!

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 After Christmas and New Year holidays, do you feel you've had enough of the leftovers? I feel the same way. I needed something to break away from it. The first craving I've had was a very Pinoy fish dish. 

Sinampalukang isda. Some would think of it as sinigang but it is not sinigang.

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Perfect Date Venue in Dubai l Level 43 Sky Lounge

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Level 43 Sky Lounge at Four Points by Sheraton Hotel is a rooftop bar that is a popular choice as it offers 360 panoramic views of Dubai. Up here, you can see the famous skyscrapers along Sheikh Zayed Road up close as well as many other landmarks around. 

View towards Burj Khalifa
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Chinese Broccoli Stir Fry with Garlic and Oyster Sauce l Gai-lan

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I found these fresh Gai-lan at WEMART at International City here in Dubai. Gai-lan or kai-lan is Chinese broccoli. It is a perfect side dish or viand in itself.
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Crabbing in Ras Al Khaimah

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Guess what was the first thing we did after the lockdown and curfew was lifted in the UAE? 

We went CRABBING! (If that's even a word hahaha)

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Rove At The Park Review and Life Update

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Hi everyone! It's been a while since I updated this space. 

I know the times are hard these days. We are all getting by and hoping and keeping the faith that all this will be over really soon. 
I hope all of you are able to find the courage to look at the positive side rather than linger on the negative things this pandemic has brought us. I also hope you are doing all the necessary to stay safe for you and your family. 

Apart from making sure we are healthy and our immune system are always strong, we must also not forget to keep an eye on our emotions because it is easy to get upset with all of the things happening around us. We don't want us spiraling down, you know. Check on your family, check on your friends, your colleagues, even your neighbor.

With the grace of God, me and my family are, up to this moment, are all doing fine, healthwise.

Personally, I tried to keep myself busy as much as I can. I actually took 2 weeks leave from work so I'm officially still on vacation but will be back to work on Monday.

I'd like to take this chance to greet all our Muslim brothers Eid Mubarak!
So what kept me and my husband going?!

-Work and good colleagues
-Our kids - helped them with distance learning since March but now it's over and it's summer vacation, taught them new things and they taught me to do new things to like to play PUBG Mobile (hihihi) so now I can play squad with them. Yes, I am officially a gamer mom.
-Workout at home to stay fit and continue with the ketogenic diet to lose extra flabs (lol)
-My plants and my balcony garden. I have always been a plant lover and I always have plants at home to tend to even before the craze.
-My kitchen where I cook delicious food for my family and these days shoot videos while I cook, for my YouTube Channel content.

Honestly anything that can keep me occupied. 

As I have said, I also started...decided rather to revive my almost non-existent YouTube Channel and so far gained a few followers and views. I'll be updating this space and my YouTube Channel as well. You can subscribe to my channel here.

This Rove At The Park draft was sitting here since last year but it is now up on my YouTube Channel. 

If you like this video, please give it a thumbs up and subscribe.

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Bataan: Turtle Releasing Program at Pawikan Conservation Centre in Morong

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Pawikan Conservation Centre in Morong Bataan

From Pilar to Orani to Morong, we went on a scenic drive to reach to the other side of Bataan to visit the Pawikan Conservation Center, a humble but important sanctuary.

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