Travel and Tours

Must-try Foods in Dubai

Discovering the cuisine of the country that you are visiting is one of the key elements of traveling. You can discover new tastes, new recipes and take them with you. It is no secret that the Middle Eastern cuisine is tasty and diverse, to say the least. To visit Dubai and not take a food tour is unforgivable. Forget about fries and pasta for a while, enjoy the unique cuisine of Dubai. In case you need some help with figuring out what to try, stay with me because I identified some of the dishes that you have to try in Dubai. Enjoy! Chicken Shawarma You are in the Middle East and the first thing you should try is Shawarma. It is very much like kebab but with more ingredients. I should warn you that eating a shawarma can get a little messy so watch out for that. Wonderful, delicious and…

Transportation

Public Transportation in Dubai

One of the determinants of how convenient it is to live in a city is public transport. The United States, for instance, doesn’t rank  high in this case. Only big cities like Washington DC and New York have metros and buses are not so common. Any city in Europe, on the other hand, has relatively good public transportation. Dubai is inclined toward Europe, that is to say, it has a good public transportation system. You don’t have to own a car in Dubai in order to move from A point to the B point. Do you want to learn more on this topic? Carry on reading. Abra I thought we should start talking about public transport with one of the most cultural means of transportation in Dubai. Abras are small buses that carry maximum 20 people, one ride costs AED2, which makes $0.1. Relatively cheap, but it takes you from…

Health Medical and Fitness

Staying Cool When It Gets Too Hot

No matter how much you love warm days, bright summer days, when the thermometer hits 50 degrees Celsius, your summer experience may get a little extreme. Extreme heat followed by humidity can pose a challenge to maintaining the normal body temperature of 36.6 to 37 degrees, which the body regulates by sweating. Heart problems and heat stroke are extreme results of the situation, when the body cannot efficiently cool itself down by sweating. This can be avoided by taking precautions and avoiding being under the sun, especially around noon. Symptoms of overheating can be various and include dizziness, nausea, heavy sweating rapid heartbeat, high body temperature, headache, seizures and hot dry skin. The fastest way to alleviate heat exhaustion is to go to an air-conditioned or cooled indoor space where you can rest and drink a lot of fluids, avoiding sweet sodas and caffeinated drinks. Heat exposure is most challenging…