Fake Plastic Souks: I’ve Been Busy…

Posted on the December 2nd, 2016 under Personal Bloggers by

 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)I've written a childrens' book.I could tell you that it was because we were riffing around with my wee niece Ellen in the summer and teasing Nanny Webster about her obsession with cheese, and so I eventually decided to wr...

Christopher Saul's Blog: Eleven things Motörhead, AC/DC and Status Quo can teach business leaders

Posted on the November 30th, 2016 under Expat Bloggers by

Originally posted on my LinkedIn page Small start ups, powered by big dreams, or established players trying to retain their market position and deliver the goods – what can the business world learn from these iconic rock groups? One of the things...

Green Living in Dubai: UAE Celebrated Innovation Week

Posted on the November 26th, 2016 under Green Living by

To achieve goals set in UAE Vision 2021, country launched UAE Innovation week last year, largest of it's kind. This year UAE Innovation week was from Nov 20th to Nov 26th 2016. I was invited to inaugural Innovation Live Summit, an official anchor even...

One Nine Seven One: The Review AE: Why Your Memory Could Be Wrong. The Psychology of the Mandela Effect…

Posted on the November 19th, 2016 under Uncategorized by

In 2015, people all over the world, from Europe to America, Asia and the Middle East, began remembering history, differently. In a phenomena that is now known as The Mandela Effect, sufferers of this curious affliction believe that the very fabric of t...

Green Living in Dubai: Top 10 Sustainable Things To Do in Reykjavik

Posted on the November 18th, 2016 under Green Living by

Reykjavik, the most northerly capital in the world is also known as one of the greenest or sustainable city! There are plenty of sustainable, green experiences or Eco-friendly things to do in Reykjavik. Here are my top 10 sustainable things to do in R...

Fake Plastic Souks: Croutique. Books. Gifts. What’s Not To Love?

Posted on the November 13th, 2016 under Personal Bloggers by

Croutique is a sort of Middle Eastern Etsy, a place for crafters to sell their crafts to people who value something a little off the usual beaten track of marble malls and shiny brands. We're talking individuality, personalisation, a splash of quirkine...

Green Living in Dubai: The Caracal Challenge to celebrate 15 years of EWS-WWF

Posted on the November 13th, 2016 under Green Living by

I woke up really late yesterday with aching and sore muscles, but feeling absolutely happy, all thanks to Friday's heavy dose of adventure outdoors in Abu Dhabi's Al Khatim desert! To mark 15th anniversary of Emirates Wildlife Society-WWF and their...

Fake Plastic Souks: The ExpatWoman Festive Family Fair And Selling Books. Live As It Happens.

Posted on the November 12th, 2016 under Personal Bloggers by

It's become sort of traditional to live blog the ExpatWoman Festive Family Fair, which I usually share with madcap children's author Rachel 'Poo Pants' Hamilton and winsome author of 'domestic noir', Annabel Kantaria. Annabel can't make it this year so...

Fake Plastic Souks: The ExpatWoman Festive Family Fair And Selling Books. Live As It Happens.

Posted on the November 12th, 2016 under Personal Bloggers by

It's become sort of traditional to live blog the ExpatWoman Festive Family Fair, which I usually share with madcap children's author Rachel Hamilton and winsome author of 'domestic noir', Annabel Kantaria. Annabel can't make it this year so it's just m...

Green Living in Dubai: Saddle Up an Icelandic Horse

Posted on the November 7th, 2016 under Green Living by

Iceland was never connected to any continent and is formed on it's own because of volcanic activity. So you don't find much of Iceland's own wild life. The domesticated farm animals were brought in Iceland in 9th century. After that over the years the...