Ramadan 2017 Specialty Coffee Shops

Speciality Coffee during Ramadan Love your Specialty Coffee and want to savour it during Ramadan? Here's the list for you!  This year just a small handful of Speciality Coffee shops have a license to operate during daytime.  The rest will typically open from Iftar til late although a few will…

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Time to Reset The Balance !

Reflecting back on my most recent posts, it would be easy to think that I focus on Food, Restaurant Reviews and Eating Out and very little else - certainly this is what I've written about the most for a while now.  BUT, when I look back at the start of…

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FillingTheBlues an Infographic

Filling The Blues Just as my body clock and daily routine have adjusted to Ramadan hours and a new routine, it's over and today we celebrate Eid.  They say it takes 30 days to change a habit, and I guess that's true, although I'm hoping to undo some of the…

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Ramadan | Alternative Ramadan

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] A video posted by Culinary Travel & Coffee ☕ (@coffeecakesandrunning) on Jun 4, 2016 at 7:54am PDT [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Want to do something different this Ramadan?  #FillingTheBlues could be just the thing for you.  Each night for the whole of Ramadan (except Fridays) local Food start ups, small businesses and volunteers…

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Ramadan | Coffee Shops

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Coffee Shops Open During Ramadan 2016 Love your coffee? Here's a special curated roundup of places to get a coffee (Specialty and otherwise) during Ramadan.  The places listed are independent or standalone cafe's and coffee shops, plus the chains which are outside of a hotel.  I've selected those places…

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Ramadan 2016

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Ramadan | FilingTheBlues and Huawei P8 Review

If you read any of my social media feeds you will have seen more than a smattering of ‘boys in blue’ this year as I am taking part in a Ramadan initiative organised by Tahir of Moti Roti called Filling the Blues. The focus of the project is to bring together homegrown food businesses and volunteers, who join together for Ramadan and distribute food and drink to the ‘boys in blue’ the term we use to cover the guys who work tirelessly throughout the year building Dubai literally brick by brick.


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