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Following the Sinai Trail the Bedouin way
John Henzell hikes the length of the new Sinai Trail, a 200km walking route in Egypt.
November 23, 2016
Applying tiny-house principles in an Abu Dhabi studio
The writer's key design requirement was one that seemed incompatible with a studio: being able to invite friends over for dinner without them feeling like they were dining in my bedroom.
August 31, 2016
I was left humbled by the spirit of Ramadan
John Henzell makes some Ramadan observations
June 6, 2016
The final word: ‘There is an aspect of life that is only revealed when encountered at walking pace’
One night as I walked near the mammoth mansions of Al Karamah district, I discovered a traditional Bedu tent on a scrap of spare land.
April 20, 2016
Kerala has prospered from its close links to the Gulf
Remittances are not the only things sent back by India's expatriate workforce. John Henzell found they also brought ideas back from the Gulf.
March 5, 2016
Cycling is glorious now, but what about summer?
Through a combination of enthusiasm and denial, cycling is a year round activity for people like John Henzell.
January 10, 2016
For me, the fighting in Yemen is about reviving two sisters’ hopes
When John Henzell assesses what the UAE is fighting for in Yemen, he just has to think of the dreams of two Yemeni women.
December 5, 2015
To a lentil-eating hippie, there's no such thing as a free plate
With recycling still its infancy in the UAE, John Henzell sought to try to begin changing attitudes.
September 14, 2015
For the impoverished Congolese, the UAE is the impossible dream
America has been the land of opportunity for entrepreneurs around the world, but John Henzell found Dubai is playing a similar role for the citizens of conflict regions of central Africa.
September 2, 2015
If you want to beat the heat, you don't have to take a trip to the mall
While summer can be too hot for some, John Henzell is happy to venture outdoors in the heat.
August 19, 2015