I don't know about this situation. But I would suggest first not to talk too much about that with him you can just tell him only one time what to expect during the trip and the airport etc.... also keep him busy with a book, iPad, etc... tell him to take things to entertain him and don't mention the anxiety part.
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they have different sizes.
about your guests maybe they were too shy to tell you I can imagine or is there any chance they didn't notice it themselves?
Very difficult. You can try banking the cheque again and when it bounces, file a police case. Go to the rent committee. Send an eviction notice and keep the deposit.
I second this. you are left with no choice.
try contacting rera and check with them. they are the responsible gov. entity for real estates stuff and includes disputes between landlord and renters. I don't have the link or their number but you can google them.
I feel your pain! But take care sometimes depression feelings can be cause because of vit D deficiency.
Also try to go to the gym it relaxes me and also when the weather gets better spend sometime outside even if you are alone with a cup of coffee and a book.
My derma dr said you need to make sure you don't have vitamin D or ferretin deficiencies. so seek a dr and ask for those blood tests to be done for you and take supplements if you need. Also I know from a friend who is a derma dr that you need to use 2 things together I.e internal and external something u take (supplements) and something you apply on hair.
If you hear about Abdul Samad Al Qurashi hair oils they have very good reviews and not very expensive ranging between 75 AED - 150 AED the store is available in almost every mall in Dubai.
Further more you may need to use a deep conditioner once per week depending on your hair type.
We have just been informed our move date will be pushed out which will impact my daughter's school start date.
As per new details, she will miss the first 10 days of school (She will be joining FS1).
Does anyone know if the school would have a problem with this? I have not reach out to the school yet but thought I would get some opinions first before panicking.
Thank you for your help.
I would check with the school. But I don't think it would be an issue if you already paid the fees. The concern here is that your kid will miss the orientation week
Yet not approved by the US FDA and DANGEROUS!!!
Earlier in the year the National reported on this
thanks for the info
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I am surprised because I recall that I saw some in big stores like sharif DG and Emax. Here's a list of [url=http://storeleaks.com/blog/en/2016/02/11/electronics-shops-dubai/'>electronics stores in dubai[/url'>
try calling them before you head to any of the stores.
check out [url=http://storeleaks.com/blog/en/2016/02/11/electronics-shops-dubai/'>Electronics Shops In Dubai[/url'>. I am sure you will find some options there. Try contacting them by phone first before you go so you are sure they have what you need.
2. Does the dress code for women i.e. covering shoulders and knees apply to children also?
No it doesn't apply to children. My daughter is almost 10 and she wears short and sleeveless clothes.
3. During Ramadan, is my daughter allowed to eat/drink in public or do the rules also apply to children?
I am not sure if the rules apply to children. But where do u mean they will eat in public? because it so hot in Ramadan so I don't think you'r kids will be anyway outdoors and if you mean in malls, the restaurants are either closed during the day in ramadan and open by 6-7 pm or they are open but they have caravans so people are eating inside.
4. Does anyone from the UK manage to access Sky TV in Dubai? If so can you advise how you do it?
5. I’ve heard that it may be quite difficult for me to open a bank account, can anyone shed any light on this?
No it wasn't for me, but I had my residence card.
6. Finally, I see that a lot of properties come with maids rooms or study – do these tend to be decent sized rooms? We need 4 bedrooms however I’m wondering if a 3 bedroom with maids room or study would be sufficient.
Some maid rooms are very small and in a disconnected part of the house and some are acceptable in size. If you think about taking a house in Mirdif I think you maybe able to afford a 4 BD villa because the rents are going down at the moment. 3 BD villas with a maid room is for around 120K.
Mirdif is a very nice and kids friendly area. I highly recommend you look to it since the rent price is good there.