- Value: 5
- Ambiance: 1
- Service: 2
- Decor: 1
- Food: 4
Saturday, August 28, 2010
Sunday, August 22, 2010
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Saturday, August 14, 2010
By Lynne Nahhas (AFP)
DUBAI - The music has been cut and the dancing has stopped -- Dubai is usually blusterous nightclubs are falling silent as the Muslim holy month of Ramadan approaches.
Many of the city's night spots were subdued Monday night while others had shut their doors altogether even though the fasting month has yet to begin.
"You usually find dozens of taxis picking up people to and from clubs in the late night hours, but tonight no one's going because of Ramadan," a taxi driver told AFP.
Friday, August 13, 2010
As much as am anti-Etisalat, this article does seem far-fetched. They have many other alternatives to spy but this is not one of them ...
An offer of free smartphones may be a ruse for users in the United Arab Emirates to receive a handset loaded with spyware, a security researcher has warned, saying people who trade in their BlackBerry for a new smartphone should do a spyware check. [PCWorld]
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Thursday, August 5, 2010
The woman was buying clothes and gifts in the Dubai Mall, fully dressed but in a low-cut top, when she was accosted by an Arabic woman and criticised for wearing 'revealing clothing'.
The pair then became embroiled in a heated row in front of hundreds of bemused shoppers.
Incensed by the Arabic woman's comments, the British woman told her to 'mind her own business' before stripping out of her clothes and 'taunting' the locals by walking around in only her bikini, it is alleged.