5 Things To Do at Dubai Creek Harbour

Dubai Creek Harbour is EMAAR’s new flagship, a 3.65-billion waterfront suburb with residential, commercial, and cultural spaces. Part of this project is the Dubai Creek Tower which is planned to be the world’s tallest building at 928m. Going there is a bit confusing as the area is not yet fully developed. Click here for theContinue reading “5 Things To Do at Dubai Creek Harbour”

Mumbai in the Eyes of a Foreigner

We touched down before the break of dawn. Upon entering the airport, I was welcomed by the flamboyant colours of the wall, the ceilings and the flooring. The way to the immigration showcased deities; it showed so much of the country’s culture. Mumbai is not a city, it’s a way of life. -Subhasis Das BeforeContinue reading “Mumbai in the Eyes of a Foreigner”

Cycling at Al Qudra Cycle Track

Before embracing the summer of 2019, my friends and I pedaled the 85-km uninterrupted loop. Of course we were not able to finish the entire track, yet we had so much fun cycling along the glorious and picturesque desert that’s home of sandland’s Oryx, camels, among others. To give you a quick overview, the trackContinue reading “Cycling at Al Qudra Cycle Track”

The Findians Honeymoon: Armenia Winter Travel

Happily ever after had started! We, The Findians (Filipino-Indian couple) are finally married! After two weeks of family bonding in Dubai, we were so thrilled to have our Honeymoon trip to Armenia! Armenia is located in the South Caucasus, bordered by Georgia from the north, Iran from the south, Artsakh from the east, Azerbaijan fromContinue reading “The Findians Honeymoon: Armenia Winter Travel”

3-Day Jordan Travel (Day 3)

People forget years but they remember moments. -Ann Beattie DAY 3 (March 25) We opted to tour around Aqaba city for our last day trip. We found a much lesser rate with new-found friends. We were able to take time during the breakfast and started the city tour midday.  Anciently called as Ayla, Aqaba isContinue reading “3-Day Jordan Travel (Day 3)”

3-Day Jordan Travel (Day 2)

Travelling leaves you speechless then turns you into a storyteller. -Ibn Battuta This quote may sound cliché but guess life is but a sweet maxim of real experiences. Once you travel, you go home revamped and tweaked – you’re never the same.  Day one of our trip left us completely whacked. But with power slumber,Continue reading “3-Day Jordan Travel (Day 2)”

3-Day Jordan Travel (Day 1)

“To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” – Aldous Huxley After my trip to Georgia last October, I have fallen in love with culture and diversity – visiting countries has become a drug. After loads of tasks at work, I filed for a well-deserved leave and flew to Jordan.  ThereContinue reading “3-Day Jordan Travel (Day 1)”

Moving and Working in Dubai

DUBAI – a once vast desert turned into one major metropolis in the world. It’s the home of the tallest building on earth, the Burj Khalifa and the spectacular seven-star hotel, the Burj Al Arab. It attracted vast population of tourists and workers for sights of majestic and extraordinary structures and for a venture ofContinue reading “Moving and Working in Dubai”

Dubai Miracle Garden 2016

Holiday sesh and getaway were made possible with friends. We went to Dubai Miracle Garden and spent hours taking photos and adoring the beauty of flowers in the desert. We rode on the Metro at stopped at Mall of the Emirates metro station. From there, we rode on a taxi going to the place. EntranceContinue reading “Dubai Miracle Garden 2016”

Dubai Museum 2016

(photo not mine) My space was too quiet, everyone was just lying on bed – they probably slept so late or had a bad stomach because of too much food and alcohol. Anyway, I didn’t wanna cuddle my pillows the whole day. I didn’t want to do laundry either. The idea of going somewhere poppedContinue reading “Dubai Museum 2016”