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The summer holidays have just about started and if you are not planning to travel to a cooler climate, you will be looking for ways to entertain the children – at the same time, trying your best to avoid the soaring summer heat.

 How to survive the summer with a toddler.  Expat Echo Dubai has come up with a few ideas… Read more

messy-wardrobeAs the Festive Season fast approaches many expat families in Dubai will be preparing to move back to their own countries or may simply be taking this time to have a mass clear-out before the visitors (and Santa!) arrive.

If you have clothes, toys & books that are in good condition but you no longer require there is a charity in Dubai that is collecting these items to sell at the Dubai Flea Market this December in Zabeel Park.  The proceed from these sales will go towards supporting a charity project in the Philippines that is building a library and supporting a feeding and gift giving program.

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parksWe may live in a desert but the Dubai Municipality Parks and Horticultural Department have put a lot of effort into making some lovely parks for residents to enjoy while living in Dubai. The entrance to these parks is very reasonable ranging from approximately AED3 to AED5.

All the parks have grass areas many of which are large enough to have a game of football or rounders on, they all have very good quality play equipment for the children and some of them have bbq pits and jogging tracks.  The parks have been planted with an abundance of plants and trees offering much needed shade.

A few of the parks have lady and children only days so it is best to check before hand and be warned they can become very busy on a Friday however the rest of the time they are very pleasant places to take the children for a play, meet up with friends, have a walk or enjoy a BBQ. Read more

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