Abu Dhabi Nomads - This is a group blog written by reporters and editors of The National newspaper in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

  • http://abudhabinomads.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/11/indian-cinema-struggles-to-reinvent-itself.html Abu Dhabi Nomads: Indian cinema struggles to reinvent itself - AP Photo Suryatapa Bhattacharya Indian cinema is in a moment of crisis, over its lack of definition, that is. An image that was once dominated by Bollywood grew so large that segmentation was bound to happen. And other forms of...
  • http://abudhabinomads.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/11/in-sickness-and-in-health.html Abu Dhabi Nomads: In sickness and in health - Anna Seaman Blink and you could miss the seasons here in the Emirates. At least that’s my opinion. Back in the UK I used to chart my year by the daffodils in spring, the sun (or more often rain) in...
  • http://abudhabinomads.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/11/one-of-the-greatest-apartments-in-the-world.html Abu Dhabi Nomads: The greatest apartment in the world - Photo by Wm. Srite Ann Marie McQueen Dubai is known for superlatives, so of course this isn't actually the greatest apartment in the world, but from where I am sitting, it comes pretty close. The terrace is large enough to...
  • http://abudhabinomads.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/11/remembering-baba-zayed.html Abu Dhabi Nomads: Remembering Baba Zayed - Sheikh Zayed and my grandfather, Jameel Al Ramahi Tala al Ramahi It is hard to believe that it has been four years since Sheikh Zayed passed away. But now that I recall how I received the news, it somehow makes...
  • http://abudhabinomads.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/11/what-goes-around-comes-around.html Abu Dhabi Nomads: What goes around comes around - Haneen Dajani Acting as the class clown, I always used to imitate my Arabic teacher Miss Molouk to draw laughter amongst my classmates. I would bend my upper lip inwards and place my hands on my stomach, raise my shoulders,...
  • http://abudhabinomads.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/10/if-you-wait-for-cabs-long-enough-youll-start-to-know-the-drivers.html Abu Dhabi Nomads: If you wait for cabs long enough, you'll start to know the drivers - Ann Marie McQueen When I first arrived in Abu Dhabi, it seemed as though there were nine million cabs with as many drivers. They all melted into each other; I couldn't tell them apart. Seven months later, as I steadfastly...
  • http://abudhabinomads.typepad.com/my_weblog/2008/10/where-you-belong.html Abu Dhabi Nomads: Where you belong - Suryatapa Bhattacharya There were others who achieved the impossible before Aravind Adiga but he merely cemented it with his win. Mr Adiga was awarded the Man Booker Prize 2008, for his debut novel, The White Tiger. It wasn’t the fact...

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  • Veggiemommy - Best meltable vegan cheese on the market

    This is the best meltable vegan cheese on the market today. Like others have reviewed, it's not great right out of the package. It's awesome melted on pizza, burritos, etc. You can make it into a cheesy sauce on the stove top by mixing in a little vegan soy or nut milk. The only reason I don't give it a five star is that it is not a direct substitute for the animal based cheeses on the market. There is room for improvement. Probably in another decade vegan cheese will replace animal based cheese because it's more affordable and healthier to consume.

  • Dog Lover - Not for Mac

    All the info in the book was OK, some really good advice but it works with PC, not MAC and it doesn't tell you that until you get it home.

  • lilyann - Makes your skin feel silky smooth for hours

    A great feeling face serum. Makes your skin feel silky smooth. Lasts for hours. Soaks in well. A little pricey with shipping costs, but is well worth it if you don't live near a store that sells it.

  • Stephen of Las Vegas - A product with this name was sold in the 1990s!

    This product was heavily promoted for several months on a TV infomercial almost 20 years ago in the 1990s...or at least a product of the identical name and advertising claims. It didn't work then, and from most of the new reviews, it seems to be about the same today. At that time, a second product with virtually the same claims and advertising appeared...I don't recall its name. I wouldn't be surprised if they were both from the same source. Buy one of them...it doesn't work. So try the other one also.

  • R. Guevara - Great Antivirus

    I used Norton AV since many years ago, always exceeds my expectations, about performance, speed and quality, including the customer support services, because, when I have issues the person who has helped me, always finishes it's job and very well done. The goal is satisfied customers.

  • Mrs. Entity - It worked for me

    I used to get this from my hairdresser. She promised that if I used the shampoo and conditioner every day or at least every other day, my hair would stop thinning and new hair would grow. All I can say is that it worked for me. I don't know what's in them that makes them work, but I started growing new hair amongst what was left of my old hair. It's not thick, but it's thick-er, and you can't see my entire scalp through my hair anymore.

  • Alyne - Outstanding Book!!!

    What a great story! This is the 5th book by this author I've had the good fortune to read and I just had to write how much I've enjoyed it! It is truly a book with suspense and unsuspected twists on every page and I couldn't put it down until I finished it! Mark Edwards has quickly become one of my favorite authors and I'm going to Kindle on Amazon right now to download more of his books!