12
Jan
15

CRAB CRAZE AT BENJARONG ROYAL THAI CUISINE, DUSIT THANI DUBAI

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Indulge in authentic, fancy yet affordable Thai crab dishes in an elegant Asian ambiance in Dubai.

If you’re craving for crab and authentic Thai dishes while you’re in the United Arab Emirates, bring your appetite and troop with your family and friends to Benjarong Restaurant located at the 24th floor of Dusit Thani Dubai! Benjarong Royal Thai Cuisine is offering Crab Craze for the entire month of January 2015.

Here’s the deal :

  • Food : Crab meat, claws and pinchers cooked in long-simmering Thai style, prepared by a seasoned chef who cooks for Thai and UAE royalties.
  • Ambiance : Majestic interiors of Benjarong Restaurant resembles royal dining halls of King Rama IV.
  • View : Stunning Dubai skyline with iconic, Burj Khalifa seen from the 24th floor of Dusit Thani Dubai.
  • Entertainment : Traditional Thai music and dances add flare to unique dining pleasure.
  • Cost : Surprisingly affordable ala-carte menu, reasonable for the entire gastronomic experience.

Trust me, if not, believe these humble photos from our recent Crab Craze dinner at Benjarong!

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Thai musicians and dancers at the lobby welcome guests with warm smiles!

For someone who have been to Bangkok, Hat Yai and Chiang Mai for 4 times and fell in love with Thailand, its culture, food and heritage, going to Dusit Thani Dubai in the middle of Sheikh Zayed Road where incredibly gorgeous skyscrapers including the hotel itself, and dining in Benjarong Restaurant to savor Crab Craze dishes with fellow Filipino UAE-based bloggers was truly a memorable treat!

So there I was, one Tuesday evening, together with

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Freshest coconut juice and mieng kam, a Thai street food snack wrapped in leaves.

We started with drinks and a familiar Thai appetizer. I initially requested for coconut juice, while my blogger-friends ordered tall cold glasses of lemon grass that’s equally refreshing as I sampled it too after finishing my buco-juice.

I personally preferred coconut juice as Benjarong Restaurant serves it the right way. Sipping coconut water directly from the chilled coconut shell, sourced from Thailand no less (as it tasted sweeter than other coconuts from somewhere else!), and not from a glass or worse, tetra-pack or cans, was a delight that I don’t experience on a daily basis. That simple bliss was paired with munching leaf-wrapped and textured Thai street snack called, Miang Kahm (or Mieng Kam).

The next thing I knew, plateful of crab dishes were brought to our table by friendly and efficient staff.
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PU-JA. Deep fried crab meat and minced chicken in a crab shell with sweet chili sauce. AED 35.

Pu-ja. It was love at first bite! It reminded me of simple home-cooking of my late maternal grandmother who used to cook crab meat omelet sans chicken and crab shell. It’s one of those dishes from Benjarong’s Crab Craze I can definitely recommend!

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SOM TUM PUNIM. Spicy green papaya salad with crispy soft shell crab. AED 45.

Som Tum Punim. We had mixed reactions with this Thai salad based on spice-tolerance. Personally, I liked it as the crispy soft shell crab serves as light buffer that balances the kick provided by the spicy green papaya salad. Spicy perhaps, is an understatement! It’s a must-order-dish for those who prefer something hot yet, infused with calcium-rich soft shell crab!

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GAENG SOM PUMA NORMAI DONG. Hot and sour curry with Blue Crab and sour bamboo shoot. AED 70.

Gaeng Som Puma Normai Dong. Whew! What a name for a dish! Quite a challenge to say its name in Thai, quite a challenge to like it too. I honestly give my nod and two-thumbs-up for all the dishes in the Crab Craze menu, however, this one’s an exception. Probably, because I am not fond of bamboo shoots and its aroma; but for some people who have an acquired taste for such, you may find this dish flavorful! To each his own.

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PU PAD PRIG GAENG. Stir fried Alaska King Crab with red curry paste, string beans and sweet basil. AED 75.

Pu Pad Prig Gaeng. This is love on a plate! Every ingredient on this dish worked well!

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SEN JUN PAD PU. Fried rice noodles with crab meat. AED 55.

Sen Ju Pad Pu. Bet even kids will like this!

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LON PU-KEM. Salted crab in coconut cream dip served with vegetables. AED 65.

Lon Pu Kem. Healthy, nutritious, tasteful. The coconut cream dip with salted crab was perfectly paired with those freshly blanched veggies. Colors, textures and flavors in one plate! Go order it!

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CHICKEN IN GREEN CURRY.

Although, it’s not on the Crab Craze menu but perhaps, on the usual menu of Benjarong, Chicken in Green Curry was also served. This Thai classical dish is always a hit! Extra rice, please! :D

Of course, every meal must end sweetly! When most of us were struggling in satiation, we’re asked to choose desserts from the menu. Fortunately, I get to sample my favorite Thai sweet delight, Sticky Rice with Ripe Mango!
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My favorite! Classic Thai Sticky Rice with ripe mango plus warm pot of Jasmine tea. Heavenly!

Didn’t I mention, traditional Thai music, dances and smiles are also provided at Dusit Thani Dubai?

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Thank you, Chef Naruemol of Benjarong Restaurant! It was an awesome dinner! We felt like royalties too! Hehe!

Visit Benjarong Royal Thai Cuisine at Dusit Thani Dubai this January 2015, to satisfy that Thai and crab craving in you! I hope they extend Crab Craze the whole year ’round!
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Warm and inviting Asian ambiance at the lobby of Dusit Thani Dubai!

*Special thanks to Benjarong Restaurant, Dusit Thani Dubai for the sumptuous Crab Craze dinner! Thank you so much, Danelle for the invite!

*All prices mentioned on this post are inclusive of 10% municipality fees and 10% service charge as per Benjarong’s Crab Craze menu.

Benjarong Royal Thai Cuisine | 24th floor, Dusit Thani Dubai , 133, Sheikh Zayed Road P.O. Box 23335 Dubai | Lunch: Daily, 12:00 to 15:00 | Dinner: Daily, 19:00 to 23:30 | website : www.dusit.com/dusitthani/dubai | e-mail : dtdu@dusit.com

*All photos on this post were taken using Samsung Note 3.

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03
Jan
15

#TRAVELMEMORIES x BEYOND TOXICITY

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Grateful. Ecstatic. Overwhelmed. Excited. Hopeful.

Despite my pineal gland is fighting a good battle with Insomnia, because I need to stay awake for my responsibilities as I work on perpetual night shifts in an Award-winning-International-medical-insurance-company based in Dubai with branches worldwide, I cannot put into a single word the mixed emotions I’m currently experiencing as the new year ushers in.

The last weeks of December 2014 made me look forward to 2015 for so many reasons. Apart from my ambitious travel plans to set foot in more countries inscribed in my bucket list, my very first travel photo book entitled, #travelmemories (yes, with the hashtag!), published in LA, California was officially launched on amazon.com and amazon.co.uk last 27th December 2014. Massive thank you goes to my publisher, Mr. Percival Cruz, a Filipino author-publisher based in the US, who trusted and encouraged me to become an author myself.
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From my unforgettable journeys to date in Malaysia, Nepal, Morocco, New Zealand, USA, Thailand, UAE, Japan, Singapore, The Philippines, Jordan, Hong Kong and Brunei Darussalam, we selected a few to be included in the first volume of the book. A spin off of this travel blog, #travelmemories features my personal stories paired with humble photos, taken from extraordinary places that provided me with remarkable experiences.

I aim to validate that traveling is more than a way of life, as it does not only expand and challenge the mind, but enriches our  hearts and entire being!

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As the book debuted online, a glossy news magazine distributed in United Arab Emirates called, The Filipino Times interviewed yours truly about my blogging and #travelmemories. This blog and my book are featured on page 23 of the January 2-8, 2015 issue of The Filipino Times.
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I honestly didn’t expect an entire page would be devoted for the article. Thank you to Ms. Anne Santos who conducted the interview via e-mail and the rest of the staff of The Filipino Times; the feature was well-written and visually stunning! Maraming salamat po!

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I had a chance to share my humble tips for fellow bloggers and aspiring new ones on the article…

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Regardless of where I am, whether I’m blogging from my home country, The Philippines, or from Malaysia where I lived for 3 years, or be it here in Dubai, UAE, where I found a new life and a promising career, I sincerely take pride in being a Filipino travel and food blogger who continuously enjoys the passion, at the same time, upholds integrity in blogging!

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Mabuhay po ang mga Filipino bloggers sa buong mundo!

Again, you may place your orders and purchase my book, #travelmemories via amazon.com and amazon.co.uk or you can order directly from me.

Thank you so much for those people who expressed interest on buying and supporting the book! Few even wanted a signed copy of #travelmemories! Maraming salamat po!

Happy New Year to everyone!

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Jan
15

HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM BEYOND TOXICITY @ www.docgelo.com

Happy 2015 everyone! Let’s start the first day of the new year with love, hope, gratitude and positivity! I’d like to thank all those who religiously follow and read my blog. I’d also want to express my appreciation to those who follow my posts on Instagram (@iamdocgelo), Facebook (Gelo Santos), and Twitter (@docgelo), Maraming salamat po!

And of course, thank you so much to those blog readers who joined my 2014 Beyond Toxicity Blog Giveaway. This blog received more than 50 entries from Netherlands, Germany, Indonesia, Portugal, India, Malaysia, The Philippines, USA, Canada, UAE, United Kingdom. Thank you! Please expect another blog giveaway in the next few weeks so stay tuned!

So with the raffle draw conducted via randompicker.com, the result is out! Who’s the lucky winner of these travel mementos I got from Jordan, Morocco and UAE?
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drum roll, please!

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Congratulations, Eddieson! You will receive a notification from yours truly via e-mail. Prize will be sent via courier soon! Thank you for joining and Happy New Year, everyone!

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23
Dec
14

2014 : 3 COUNTRIES, 2 CONTINENTS, A THOUSAND MEMORIES

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REBUILD. RESTART. RESOLVE.

My 2014 officially started last 23rd February at terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport, when I departed from Manila at lunch time to take risk, to try to rebuild and restart my life literally.

Destination : Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

I didn’t have travel plans at that moment. I honestly forgot that I’ll be going to Middle East where some countries inscribed in my bucket list are actually accessible with short haul flights.

Nada.

I had nothing in mind but to find work and to earn for my family. I barely brought anything but 1 luggage and a heavy heart. *cue tears in one eye, hahaha!*  Fortunately, chance and time probably conspired and the Universe became so generous that I found not only a new career, but also a new home and a fertile ground that spring possibilities in UAE.

February 2014 until present : UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

Out of the seven emirates in UAE, I’ve already been to Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah.

From dune bashing in desert safari, to the iconic, Burj Khalifa and its At The Top experience, to the towering skyscrapers along Sheikh Zayed Road, to spending lazy afternoon while chasing sunsets at Jumeirah Beach, or strolling down Al Fahidi Street in Bur Dubai and simply sit and sip my favorite 1001 Nights Tea or Blooming Jasmine Tea at Arabian Tea House, then tour around Bastakiya;  killing time in Dubai’s incredibly massive malls -Dubai Mall, Mall of Emirates, Deira City Centre and Ibn Battuta Shopping Mall, or wander aimlessly around Old Souk, Gold and Spice Souks at the nearby Creek; I learned to be more appreciative of the little things in my new environment, and became more grateful that I found a fresh place to thrive.

In Abu Dhabi, I fell in love with the magnificent architecture and interiors of the immaculate, Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and the golden, Emirates Palace. I wish to explore more of UAE’s capital city and the other neighboring emirates in the coming year.

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The grandeur of the emirates lured me to bits. Frequently, when I roam and go from one place to another, I forget about my worries and things that stress me severely. Traveling became my happy pill.

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May 2014 :  JORDAN

With only 4 hour-flight from Dubai, after a surprisingly quick Tourist-Visa-application, I didn’t regret going to Jordan. The long road trips from north to south; from Amman, to Madaba, to Mount Nebo where Prophet Moses died, to soaking my feet into the famous and lifeless Dead Sea, up to Kerak and Shobak Castles, and all the way down to Petra, seemed endless routes despite I only had it for few days. It put my patience to test and stretched it immensely. And at the end of the day, I’m extremely glad I decided to go, as I rediscovered bliss in traveling solo. It left me with no choice but to meet people and make new friends along the way.

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With anxieties, perplexed with amazement and wonder, I walked through the Siq in Petra, in between those humongous yet breathtaking rose-pink sandstone gorges. Upon experiencing the Siq and after being mesmerized by the Treasury, I walked out of Petra with new life’s perspective.

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October 2014 : MOROCCO

Few weeks before my transition from one company in Dubai to another, I opted to travel again. I felt the need to be recharged and the urge to shrug off all negative thoughts that came with uncertainties. Other than finding solace and tranquility in prayers and keeping my faith, I turn again to traveling as my therapy.

I challenged myself to bring my feet to another continent.

Destination : Kingdom of Morocco in North Africa!

With limited days, I favored three places in Morocco to explore.

Rabat, the capital city…

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Chefchaouen, the otherworldly blue pearl of the north, located at the foot of Rif Mountain…

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and Fes, the home of the Moroccan artisans, two medinas, ancient tanneries and Islamic schools, UNESCO World Heritage site and world’s largest-car-free-urban-zone…
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Neither I expected to travel to at least 3 countries in 2 continents this 2014, nor I planned to publish a travel-photo-book entitled, #travelmemories (that’s soon to be released worldwide via Amazon.com), everything just happened spontaneously. I’m not trying to impress anyone with my travel stories but the power of hope and what it can do to our being.

In spite of on going challenges, I know life will continuously teach me lessons and I’m eager to learn them all as I continue my journey in the coming new year. Don’t you wish for 2015 to be a stellar one for all of us?

Happy holidays, everyone! God bless us all!

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Dec
14

THAT DAY WHEN I SET FOOT IN THE KINGDOM OF MOROCCO

 

From Dubai to Doha, then Doha to Casablanca, I arrived with much excitement to spend few days for the very first time in North Africa! The feeling of departing from my current home-base in UAE in mid October, and arriving in another continent was probably comparable to that wonder when a child finally unwraps his gifts under the Christmas tree after waiting for days and weeks. Hours spent in waiting at terminals and hopping from one airport to another were all worth it!

Traveling has been effective in making me more appreciative of those little things in life. That crisp and fresh Moroccan air that went down my lungs as I stepped out of Qatar Airways. That friendly and welcoming response from a staff of Aeroport Mohammed V when I inquired about directions to train station that took me from Casablanca to Rabat. Those deep breaths that I’ve taken as I embarked again on a solo journey in a place inscribed in my bucket list.

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The morning view from my hotel room’s balcony in Rabat, Morocco. October, 2014.

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Marhaba! Bonjour! Welcome to Casablanca!

Following my long haul flight, I happily found myself seated inside the first class cabin en route to Rabat, the capital city of the Kingdom of Morocco. I never heard myself utter a single complaint, despite I needed to walk briskly, almost running in phase, from the airport to the train ticket counter just to catch the 9:55AM train departure with a 50-liter-backpack behind my shoulders, and a large duffle bag in tow.

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My beautiful traveling mess on board the train from Casablanca to Rabat.

A sip of cappuccino, a munch of my favorite potato chips and more than an hour train ride, I reached a station where passengers bound for Rabat were instructed to alight, cross the underground pass below the tracks and wait for about half an hour to hop on another train. No problemo! :)

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Change train!

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Waiting for the next train.

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Few minutes after high noon, I had an initial glimpse of Gare-Rabat Ville, the 50-year-old train station in Morocco’s capital city.

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The vibrant hues at the train station that greeted me!

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Happy to arrive at a train station that’s half a century old!

Finally, Rabat, Morocco!

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First glimpse at the capital city of the Kingdom of Morocco!

Admittedly overwhelmed during the first few minutes of arrival, excitement continued as I hailed a blue petit-taxi-cab from the main boulevard in Rabat and went my way to my preferred accommodation.

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From where I stood at my chosen riad in Rabat, the Riad L’Alcazar.

Because I reckon traveling as a therapy and a reward for myself, I did not sacrifice comfort and convenience during this trip as I favored staying in a luxurious accommodation where interiors and architecture were Andalusian-inspired.

C’mmon, it’s not everyday I get to experience such!
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First sip of Moroccan mint tea. Verdict? Addictive!

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The riad or the courtyard was more contemporary than the very traditional, Riad Rcif in Fes.

I checked in and took the glass-lift to the penthouse.

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I actually wanted to book the suite after the wooden door (on the right of the photo above), as I found it more regal and elegant on photos on their website, however it’s already reserved for the honeymoon of another guests. The next door (on the left of the photo above) leads to my room.

Take a peek at what I called, my very own Kingdom of Isolation for a night in Rabat. Beautiful, isn’t it?
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Spent relaxing hours soaked under warm water in that tub!

That wonderful room with vibrant green accents opens to a small balcony that offers a sweeping view of Rabat!

The weather was sunny but breeze wasn’t insulting, rather calming and relaxing!
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Since I haven’t eaten any meals yet other than inflight food, I opted to sample my first Moroccan dish from the riad itself.  From their menu, I chose a very tasteful and tender Chicken Tagine, served with aubergine and veggie side dishes, plus piping hot Moroccan bread. Yummy!
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That hearty late brunch was followed by a pre-arranged and guided city tour.

The next day, I savored the breakfast inclusive of the package I availed, before I went my way to my next destination in Morocco. The blue pearl of Northen Africa, Chefchaouen.

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I’m thankful I made this short but absolutely memorable trip to Morocco.

It reminded me I could be happier by doing more positive things, over and beyond others’ unnecessary expectations.

*All photos on this blog post are taken using Samsung Galaxy Note 3. This is not a sponsored post.
*This Morocco Travel Blog Series includes :
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Dec
14

2014 BEYOND TOXICITY BLOG GIVEAWAY

As 2014 has been life-changing and extremely challenging for me, I’d like to spend the last days of the year, and welcome the new one with hope, love and generosity.

With these simple travel mementos that I got from Jordan last May, Morocco last October and from United Arab Emirates particularly, Dubai that provided me a fresh ground to thrive, rebuild myself and work to support my families back home in The Philippines, I’d like to express my sincerest gratitude to my blog readers and followers in Facebook, Twitter and Instagram by sharing with you my humble blessings via these personally favored travel souvenirs.

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From Dubai, UAE :

  • 3 pieces of fridge magnets
  • 1 piece of red and white ghutra
  • 1 piece of Dubai Starbucks Coffee tumbler

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From Petra, Jordan :

  • 1 red baseball cap
  • 1 small coin purse
  • 2 fridge magnets

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From Fes, Morocco and from a fellow Pinoy Travel Blogger based in Dubai :

  • 3 Moroccan-tile-design fridge magnets
  • 1 small blue travel journal called, Little Blank Book by Surat Journals, handmade from Dubai, UAE by Kenneth Surat.

Interested to win all those? Join in the fun! Here’s how :

  1. This blog giveaway contest is open to everyone, worldwide.
  2. It will run from 03/12/2014 to 31/12/2014.
  3. Only one winner will be selected randomly via RandomPicker.com to win all travel mementos listed above.
  4. Draw will be done on 01/01/2015, evening, Dubai time.
  5. Winner will be notified via email.
  6. The entire set of prize as shown on photos above will be sent to the winner via courier.
  7. The results will be published on this blog, twitter, facebook and Instagram account of DocGelo.
  8. Kindly leave your name and email address on the comment section below.
  9. Please provide answers to these queries :  (1) Why do you like to win? (2) Do you have any comments, suggestions about this blog, Beyond Toxicity @ docgelo.com?
  10. Sharing about this blog giveaway contest via social networks is not mandatory however, appreciated.

All the best to those who will join and may we all have the merriest holidays and meaningful and blessed Christmas season! Thank you very much!

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26
Nov
14

Good Morning, Dubai!

I got introduced to a creative and meaningful art project by the London-based artist, IMPREINT and I decided to participate. His impressive project called, PORTRAITS has been running for 11 months to date, with collaborations from various people from different cities around the globe.

What is Portraits?

Portraits was born after Impreint painted 1000 balloons a few years ago, and while painting them, he believed that the paintings were like people : all different, imperfect, yet all beautiful.

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He started Portaits in December of 2013 and involved the people in his art in a very uplifting way, unifying the people around the world with a simple concept.

A balloon. A person. A place. When all put together seemed different, imperfect, yet all beautiful! Being a Filipino expat in Dubai, I feel so honored, pleased and excited to participate and be part of such positive endeavor, to highlight and feature beauty in diversities and imperfections.

So one weekend morning, I went to Bastakiya, in Al Fahidi, Bur Dubai, wearing a ghutra and holding a green balloon. With a smile, I politely asked an old European lady who was also touring the Old Dubai, to take my picture for Portraits.
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DocGelo with his green balloon at Al Bastakiya, Dubai, United Arab Emirates!

Why green balloon?

Of all colors, I chose green because it symbolizes life, abundance in nature, healing, health, renewal, most of all, hope!

Being a medical professional and for someone who’s presently trying to thrive in a new place and create a fresh and better life, I think the green color of balloon represents me perfectly. I believe the same goes with Dubai as our beloved emirate continuously offers promising opportunities and greener pasteurs in the middle of previously arid and vast desert.

Why Al Bastakiya?

I could’ve chosen the more iconic and touristy places that Dubai is famous for. I could’ve brought my feet again to Burj Khalifa with the fantastic dancing Dubai Fountain, or perhaps, revisited the inviting shores in Jumeirah Open Beach to catch the spectacular sunrise view of Burj Al Arab. However, I opted to go back to Al Bastakiya, located in Bur Dubai, just along the Dubai Creek and a stone’s throw away from the Dubai Museum.

Since I arrived in Dubai last February 2014 and started working and began to creating a new life in Dubai, one of the earliest places I’ve discovered and fell in loved with was Al Bastakiya. It’s the historic district in Dubai established in 1890s, that supported 60 housing units, mostly built with wind towers that are characteristically Arabic architecture. Bastakiya for me, is a reminder of Dubai’s origin, and what the emirate has become after years of evolution, improvement and achievements. Such humble place is a gem amidst soaring skyscrapers and future-forward cosmopolitan lifestyles.

I usually go to Bastakiya on weekends or holidays, or whenever I get a chance to unwind and simply stroll aimlessly in its narrow alleys. I find it so therapeutic and a breather after a long week at work or whenever I get tired of wandering inside Dubai’s massive malls. Just being there and sipping my favorite tea, savoring my favorite bowl of salad and thinking of nothing but being in the place and in the moment, soothes my restless soul.

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Welcoming my weekend morning in the cobbled stone-alleys with a purpose, and ending it with a power  brunch at my favorite tea house.
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My Saturday brunch! Exotic chicken salad, Blooming Jasmine Tea and Arabic bread.

 

Know more about the artist, Impreint and his project, Portraits through his website : http://www.impreint.com and view more portraits by following his facebook page on https://www.facebook.com/IMPREINTofficial.

 




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