Excuse me, my beautiful lounger! A toast to the lovely new year! My previous blog post was quite some time ago. We've all been incredibly busy with the holiday rush and let alone our workloads! As the new year begins, I wish you the best of luck. If not, know that this, too, shall pass.... Continue Reading →
Nearly all travelers who seek thrilling journeys take the possibility to grow as a person while on trips. It reminds me of why schools take their students on field trips. The alternative learning experiences that students gain while traveling are incredible. Downtown Dubai offers those looking for a break from routines of day-to-day life the... Continue Reading →
Hey Lounger! Happy Monday! I hope you're kicking start the week great! Today, let's make some Indian-Pinoy-style curry that you can try. It's incredibly simple to make and will enhance the meaty, delicious flavor of lamb shank. Since I'm currently based in the Middle East, I learned how to use various spices. In addition, I... Continue Reading →
What comes into your mind when you hear the place Dubai? The Middle East? Islam? Arab world? Desert? Camels? Burj Khalifa? Luxury? Money? Highly expensive? Women in full black robes? Honestly, at first, I didn't want to move to Dubai. Because I am afraid of what it could bring to me, it’s an entirely different... Continue Reading →
Islam is a monotheistic religion like Christianity and Judaism. It is the world's second-largest religion with over 1.9 billion followers or 24.4% of the world's population. People who follow the teachings of Islam are generally known as Muslims. I admire the Muslims’ sincerity and a strong passion for their religion. Islam itself means ‘submission to... Continue Reading →
Communication, in my opinion, is a powerful tool for connecting with people. It can bring us closer together. I spent three years and counting in the Middle East as an ex-pat based in Dubai, UAE. At first, it was a challenge to communicate with people of different nationalities. Apart from Arabs, the majority are Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, and Nepalis. These nationalities have common words and phrases that bond them.