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freedivingThe Free­d­iv­ing Club is an academy for education, instruction, coaching, and training of individuals & groups to develop and improve their capabilities in free­d­iv­ing sport mainly Free­d­iv­ing In Dubai & AbuD­habi and in UAE.

The Free­d­iv­ing Club promote for free­d­iv­ing sport for benefit of free­d­ivers of ages start from 16 years old & for all abilities under AIDA (Asso­ci­a­tion Inter­na­tionale pour le Développe­ment de l’Apnée) standards, rules, and regulations.

​The freediving club offer also AIDA Courses:

AIDA courses cover all levels from complete beginner to very advanced and competitive level freediving. AIDA courses are taught in many languages all over the world and thousands of new divers have discovered a passion of freediving through AIDA. On an AIDA course, you will learn what freediving is, how to do it, how to get the most out of your time in the water and most importantly – how to do it safely.

​There are many ways to get involved with this amazing sport and connected to UAE heritage, visit www.thefreedivingclub.com today or email info@thefreedivingclub.com for more information. Read more

Arabian Ranches LadiesRanches Ladies is a club that encourages friendship and understanding between ladies of all nationalities. They meet every Tuesday morning, at 9.30 in Baker-Finch Room of the Arabian Ranches Golf Club. They have a very active calendar with guest speakers, books and magazines exchange, trips to local places of interest – get to know Dubai and groups catering to special interests such as walking, bridge, book discussion, Scottish dancing, gardening, mahjong and many more.

The annual membership is AED 100 and covers administrative costs. The organisation is entirely non-profit and non-commercial. Benefits of membership include receiving the Sunday Post, a weekly email message of the week’s events. Read more

leaves-dubaiWith divorce numbers rising to record levels in Dubai, rest assured that if you are one of the many finding themselves in this situation, you are not alone.

Yet separation and or divorce can be one of the hardest, loneliest and most overwhelming times you may ever have to face. It’s made harder by the fact that we are often far away from family, friends and people we might truly trust. It’s harder still when the legal system is Read more

girl-christmas-angels-praying-colombia Dubai is a very tolerant and welcoming place for foreigners where expats are free to follow their own religions; but at the same time the rich history of the Emirate also provides a culture deeply rooted in Islamic traditions.

Expat Echo Dubai has put together a directory of places of worship for the more spiritually minded expat.

* We have excluded mosques, as they are quite easy to find within every community.

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There is no doubt about it moving to a new country can be overwhelming.

More often than not we arrive with a huge container but no extended family or support network.  Family members can obviously never be replaced but making new friends can be done (in time) as long as you join in with activities whether it be through work, school or hobbies.  However, there are often times where you need that extra support and would like to meet people who are in a similar situation to you whether it be to meet families with twins or children with Special Needs.  Maybe you are going through a divorce and need to speak to other people going through the same thing – Dubai is full of people with initiative who have set up some really useful groups that can help you through the ups and down of life in Dubai. Read more

Living overseas can sometimes be difficult, especially if your host culture is dramatically different from the way things are “back home.” Many new expatriate spouses feel overwhelmed and disoriented by the shock of a novel cultural environment. Some respond by clinging to the familiar: they make a point of socializing only with other expats, and maintain minimal contact with local people. Others rise to the challenge of living fully in the unknown culture, embracing the uniqueness of the land and its citizens.

When your world feels topsy-turvy, it’s easy to slip into the welcoming arms of the expat community. There’s nothing wrong with building a support network of like-minded people; after all, no-one will ever understand an expat’s life like another expatriate. However, Read more

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