Monday, September 27, 2021

Celebrating 18 Years of Love at Al Dawaar Revolving Restaurant Dubai

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Celebrating at Al Dawaar Revolving Restaurant l Hyatt Regency Deira Dubai

It's been eighteen long years but it still feels like yesterday since we got married. That's long if you would think about it and yes our wish is to forever. Cheese! Haha! 

Celebrating 18 Years of Love at Al Dawaar Revolving Restaurant

Having been able to raise our own family here in the UAE (with its ups and downs) and having survived covid last year, was for me, something worth celebrating. 

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Monday, September 20, 2021

Easy to Create Breakfast Board at Home

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Breakfast in bed...does sounds fancy! Right! But it is simply breakfast served to one in bed upon waking up and anyone can do it. You can also do it. Kahit tuyo, sinangag at itlog pa yan.
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Thursday, September 16, 2021

Al Zebidi Fish Cooking l Khorfakkan Fish Market Sharjah

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Al Zabidi Fish Cooking

After a long day of sightseeing in Khorfakkan, we ended our day with a nice and delicious dinner at a seafood restaurant located in Khorfakkan Fish Market. 

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Thursday, August 19, 2021

Khorfakkan, UAE's Hidden Gem

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Khorfakkan has grown popular in the last couple of years. Thanks to the Sharjah government's initiative to revive and redevelop this unique part of the city, we have new places to explore.

Khorfakkan means “Creek of Two Jaws”, is an enclave of Sharjah, tucked into the emirate of Fujairah. It centers on Khorfakkan Bay, home to the curved Khorfakkan Beach and a deep-sea port.

If you want to get the most of Khorfakkan, I suggest dedicating a full day or two to it.

Your Khorfakkan itinerary sightseeing must include Shees Park, Wadi Sheesh, Rafisa Dam, Al Miqsar Village, Al Rabi Tower (Al Rabi Hiking is optional, or do it the next/another day), Khorfakkan Park & Open Beach, Boat Trip to Shark Island, Khorfakkan Waterfall, Khorfakkan Amphitheater and Khorfakkan Fish Market. There is so much to see and do in this not so sleepy town. You wouldn't regret seeing Khorfakkan. The best time to go is from November to March when the weather is good.
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Monday, February 15, 2021

Highest View Lounge For A Romantic Pre-Valentine Dinner l Gevora Hotel Dubai

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Gevora Hotel Dubai holds the Guinness World Record title of the Tallest Hotel In The World. With the tallest title comes the Highest View Lounge, the highest restaurant in the Middle East situated at 280m from the ground with 360-degree views of the Dubai skyline. It is at HC Level or the 75th floor.

Ferald surprised me with a pre-Valentine dinner date at this restaurant last Thursday. Trying something new, something quite fancy this time. A welcome change from the usual daily errand dates we used to make. If you get what I mean. (hahaha)

It was a lovely night, all of Dubai was twinkling. It was an incredible view. A bit chilly since we are only in February but I am not complaining. It was actually great up there and since we were dressed for the occasion, we didn't need to ask for a blanket but if you ever need it, it is provided. All you need is to ask.

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Tuesday, January 12, 2021

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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Tuesday, January 05, 2021

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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