Haven’t been able to head off on vacation this summer but badly need a few days break? Then why not have a ‘nearcation’ instead, to recharge those batteries and enjoy different experiences. Here is our pick of the places around the UAE to head for.
Insects aren’t for everyone. Actually, insects might only be right for a select few. But, if more people knew what local entomology expert Dr Brigitte Howarth knows, they might be considerably more appreciative, writes Kate Melville!
This month sees the long-awaited opening of the new Oasis Hospital building in the heart of Al Ain. Here Emma Leavers goes behind the scenes to give Oasis Living readers a preview of the new state-of-the-art facility...
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“Thirty six copies,” I said to myself, picking up my first copy of Oasis Living from the Danat foyer in September 2012. “Thirty six copies of this magazine and my three year contract in Al Ain will be over.” Like a term worm! And, would you believe, there’s only one more copy
to collect and my husband and I will have reached that three year milestone.[more]
The July issue that has been gracing the city of Al Ain for the past few weeks now, is certainly something that I have treasured greatly - mainly because I’m a ‘foodie”.[more]
J D Garcia
I was impressed to read about Dr Alex Tinson and his camel research being carried out here in Al Ain. Please pass on my congratulatory pat on the back to him and his team. Who would have thought that in our oasis city there would be such an important centre dedicated to embryonic research such as his?[more]
I enjoy reading your articles that profile people here in Al Ain. You have the ability to ‘discover’ or at least come across some really dedicated and talented people here and I just think it goes to prove, as I have always suspected, that there is a wealth of very engaging and enthusiastic, hard working people here working in a vast range of different professions, across all nationalities.[more]