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I’ve honestly loved my time here, even though it may have been a hard adjustment at first. I spent my teenage years here, so it’s really where I grew up and learned about the person I am now. I’ve had a lot of amazing memories here, and in this post I’ll share 10 of the things that I’ve appreciated the most about living here!

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Six years onwards, I wholeheartedly call this place my home. This is where I spent my teenage years – the place where I really grew into the person I am today and found my identity. I love the people I’ve met here, the activities and places I go to here, and the small quirks about living in Dubai. But as I turn 18 and finish my last year of high school, a change is on the horizon.

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I hope everyone is staying safe and healthy during this uncertain time! For us in Dubai we have been advised to stay at home, and while all restaurants have been closed for eat in meals, there are lots of great food delivery options.
So if you don’t feel like cooking during this period, I’ve put together a list of the best food delivery meals in Dubai! With the precautions being taken to stay healthy, delivery apps are now offering zero contact delivery options where they leave your food at your door, and Talabat and Uber Eats have even waived delivery fees during this time!

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Despite having lived in two busy and bustling cities – Dubai and London – I love spending my time outdoors in nature. Sometimes that can be hard in Dubai, as during half of the year it’s too hot to spend a lot of time outdoors and it’s not the kind of city where you can walk everywhere unlike most European cities. However, I still manage to find lots of ways to connect with nature and in this blog post, I’m going to share them with you. Even if you don’t live in Dubai, this advice can still apply for any city!

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A lot of people think Dubai is all about the glitz & the glamour, the five-star hotels, and the crazy expensive restaurants, but they could not be more wrong! If you look hard enough you can find some real gems which are both authentic and affordable. In fact, one of the things that I’ll miss the most about Dubai when I move away next year is the food scene; I love trying out different cuisines and stumbling across restaurants that are real hidden gems. In this post, I want to share one of those recent gems with you – Vietnamese Foodies.

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Here are eight special and unique things that explain what it’s like to live in Dubai…

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