Choose a dress or top that skims the waistline, so it just touches the outline without clinging. Or, tuck a blouse into pants or a skirt, and then let it billow out a little - it looks like you're being all boho, but really it's so you don't have to skip the bread. That's what I did for the Shangri-La's Moonlight Beach Buffet. I hear buffet, I immediately start planning what to wear to best take advantage of the feast. You have to get up and walk multiple times if you want the juiciest lobsters, past people who don't want to see you cradling a food baby.
For a football ignoramus like me, with affiliation to England's national team, and so little idea of what makes a winning side, what else can I do to predict the winners of each Cope do Mundo game but use each team's national cuisine as a guide? Oh you may scoff when you consider that Germany beat Argentina in 2010, 4-0 at that, as if the South American team didn't represent a country that rules the world of beef and have at least a stake (sic) in global wine awesomeness.
But so far Brazil is beating Croatia. If Spain beats Holland - Gouda notwithstanding - and to a lesser extent if Mexico beats Cameroon (not having any idea about the best foodstuffs to come out of Cameroon, to my shame, but how could it possibly beat the chilli-chipotle-nacho-Mayan-mole combo?), you might want to consider my method infallible. In which case England have even less chance than you might think.
Here's what you can win:
- A night's stay in a Deluxe room at The Chedi Muscat as part of the Chill at The Chedi offer - including breakfast, 30% off spa rituals at The Spa. (This one is for residents of Oman only.)
- Dinner for two at The Restaurant. Swoon.
- The Spa Exclusive Promotion for two: two ninety-minute Balinese massages, plus a half-hour spa treatment - you can choose from an aromatic steam bath, Thai-style foot reflexology or an Organic Naturelle D'Orient Cleansing Facial.