It’s been quiet for a reason… after the adventure in Dubai, it’s now time to explore Bahrain. More to follow…
I came across this recipe yesterday, when having been tasked to get some chicken out for a BBQ. Chicken wings and legs are pretty easy to arrange with ready made marinades, but what are you doing with chicken breast if you do not want to use the same sauces for this. Continue reading
Maybe I’m a bit behind with the latest updates, as I haven’t really had time to write anything, Continue reading
When you own a car, you will see that on the back license plate, there is a small sticker with two numbers on it. The larger two-digit number stands for the month and the smaller four-digit number for the year. These are the details, that tell you when you have to visit RTA to renew your license plate and get the new registration card.
The weather in Dubai is pretty simple to describe. Mostly sunny and warm. After just about 12 months of living here, I believe this is the simplest description.
As a resident in the UAE, it is now becoming compulsory to also have an Emirates ID. Continue reading
In Dubai, in order to be able to obtain alcohol or to be legally allowed to have alcohol in your home, a license is necessary. Obtaining one is not very difficult. Continue reading
If you are out looking for a ride, it can be quite fun… The choice in Dubai ranges from small cars to anything money can buy. My first time to see a Bugatti on the road was here. However, when buying a car, there are also a few things to look out for…
After your spouse arrived in Dubai and got the residence entry cleared, it is time for another Medical Fitness Check. Most probably, this will need to be done at Al Satwa Clinic in Satwa, about 10 minutes from the Burj Khalifa. For a full list of medical centers, click here. Continue reading