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Milan Junior Camp - October 2006 in Dubai

Just to inform for any parents (especially AC Milan fans) who like to put your kids in a soccer camp trained by ex Milan player.

Venue: Al Nasr club Dubai, 24-28 October 2006

More info:
http://www.world-camp.com/sedi/dubai/index.asp

Forza Milan!
by xty
Oct 09, 2006
 
Forum: Dubai Events
Topic: Milan Junior Camp - October 2006 in Dubai
Replies: 0
Views: 1358

Traditional stuffs for photography

Has been living in Dubai for quite some times but haven't got a chance to do photography hunting of Dubai's REAL traditional stuffs. Ok, noted for activities around dhow harbour and heritage village. What else? Forget about Madinat Jumeirah ;) So what's exactly I can find in Bur Dubai and Deira trad...
by xty
Oct 10, 2006
 
Forum: Dubai Expat Help Forum
Topic: Traditional stuffs for photography
Replies: 2
Views: 526

You mentioned you will be provided by the company a 1BR apt (the biggest expense of all), so it means 4500 is mostly for groceries and daily expenses. Roughly, you can survive with that amount but you can't save a lot. And forget about 2BR apt, it's too costly.
by xty
Oct 10, 2006
 
Forum: Dubai Expat Help Forum
Topic: moving or not moving to dubai?
Replies: 7
Views: 1632

Don't have cat. But like to bring my daughter there as well as taking some photographs. Will it be open to public?
by xty
Oct 10, 2006
 
Forum: Dubai Events
Topic: Middle East Cat Show
Replies: 6
Views: 2037

Wish I had spare time, lots of work from office and need to spend sometime with my family in the evening, otherwise I'll take the job (I have experience in osComm).

Do you mean Adobe PS (Photoshop)?

Just curious, what's the standard rate of this kind of job?
by xty
Oct 10, 2006
 
Forum: Jobs in Dubai
Topic: Looking for part-time IT professional to administrate
Replies: 3
Views: 1320

@zam: no, the OP said they will be provided 1BR apt separately OUT OF the 4500 AED per month for daily expenses. at least that's what I catch. OP, please reconfirm. 4500 AED per month, one can survive with this amount decently (normal meal, once a week going to mall or eat outside, public transporta...
by xty
Oct 10, 2006
 
Forum: Dubai Expat Help Forum
Topic: moving or not moving to dubai?
Replies: 7
Views: 1632

Etisalat SMS scams!

Never opted for such service but Etisalat (GSM) sends me almost everyday for what I called scams. Latest scam: From "GoodLuck" : "Ramadan Kareem! Your mobile shortlisted for next draw DH20000 & 1000 for 5 people. To be rank1 send max SMS to xxxx H Hindi A Arabic E English & ge...
by xty
Oct 11, 2006
 
Forum: Dubai Black list
Topic: Etisalat SMS scams!
Replies: 5
Views: 4529

In that case, isn't there any protection (like spam/virus protection in email) in Etisalat gateway itself (based on customer's service preferences)? At least Etisalat must have the control over these 4 digits premium numbers (locally). They should have do something with it, e.g. to ban when violates...
by xty
Oct 13, 2006
 
Forum: Dubai Black list
Topic: Etisalat SMS scams!
Replies: 5
Views: 4529

Thanks. Do you know info about the race schedule and other info?
by xty
Oct 13, 2006
 
Forum: Dubai Expat Help Forum
Topic: Traditional stuffs for photography
Replies: 2
Views: 526

I'm in IT too and had been few times moving between companies and countries, mostly direct (no recruitment agents involved). When I had new job out of the country (after some interviews and emails for negotiation and confirmation), I'd make sure that all are written in the contract and ask them to s...
by xty
Oct 13, 2006
 
Forum: Dubai Expat Help Forum
Topic: Securing a job before arriving in Dubai? Your Experiences
Replies: 7
Views: 1170

IMO Golden Sands area supposed to be one of the better and reasonable residential area in Dubai, yet with comfortable of proximity to essential things (stores, restaurants, etc). There are lots of EU/US expats living there. It's not so crowded like Meena Bazaar, Karama, or Satwa. Al Barsha area or T...
by xty
Oct 13, 2006
 
Forum: Dubai Expat Help Forum
Topic: PLEASE HELP I AM GOING CRAZY, CANADIAN OR JUST ANYONE HELP!!
Replies: 6
Views: 1431

Thailand is beautiful. Bangkok is great. And most are very cheap. Been living there for one year. For night life, Bangkok is a heaven. From sidewalk food stalls to expensive restaurants. From live bands to bars/clubs. From massages to exotic shows. From beautiful skinny girls to transsxuals. General...
by xty
Oct 13, 2006
 
Forum: Travel Around
Topic: Planning on a trip to thailand!!
Replies: 8
Views: 2200

If you are a man, you'll know how differentiate them :D Some night life places in Bangkok: - Suan Lum night bazaar for cheap nice foods and beers and live music from local bands (not really good though). But I like the environment... and those sxy dancers :D - Patpong, Soi Cowboy, Sukhumvit Soi 4 (n...
by xty
Oct 13, 2006
 
Forum: Travel Around
Topic: Planning on a trip to thailand!!
Replies: 8
Views: 2200

Finally thank you Someone who could understand what I was talking about. Thanks for the classification. btw I heard half of dancers and stuff in bars are u know the trans. I got some more questions. can I pm u. If u dont mind!! You're welcome. Not really exactly, depends on which bars/clubs you vis...
by xty
Oct 15, 2006
 
Forum: Travel Around
Topic: Planning on a trip to thailand!!
Replies: 8
Views: 2200

Good luck with your stay. Barsha is a good place. It's even nearer to my workplace in DIC. But for me, first it's a bit more expensive (though I still can afford) and second there's nothing there (yet) except Emirates Mall. I guess different people have different purposes. Myself, I'd prefer proximi...
by xty
Oct 15, 2006
 
Forum: Dubai Expat Help Forum
Topic: PLEASE HELP I AM GOING CRAZY, CANADIAN OR JUST ANYONE HELP!!
Replies: 6
Views: 1431
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