Apple officially announced yesterday of holding a media event on September 9th. The event will take place at the arts center in Cupertino, California. Still there are no hints what would the event be about. It may be about the new iOS8 or the new iPhone or either the new iPad. Let’s wait and count down 10 more days.
I captured this photo weeks ago when I was walking around at Shuwaikh Beach. It was on Friday and most of the workers/staff take a break to gather around in Kuwait City. What I saw is a smelly messy beach. I thought if the public beach could be used as an entertainment zone with some games, cafes and activities.
Instagram officially launched Hyperlapse Application to Apple’s App Store. With Hyperlapse you can create amazing time lapse videos by using Instagram’s in-house stabilisation.
Hyperlapse shoots polished time lapse videos that were previously impossible without bulky tripods and expensive equipment. As well, you can shoot handheld time lapse videos in motion, while you’re walking, running, jumping or falling.
After you’re done with recording your time-lapse you can share your videos seamlessly on Instagram and Facebook or save them to your camera roll to share anywhere.
I extremely liked the application features which ables me to record my time-lapse video easily and simply without any settings.
Cafe Bazza is one of the popular cafes in Kuwait, which established under traditional local flavour theme. Last week, Cafe Bazza opened their 14th branch in West Mishref Coop. All of Cafe Bazza branches got the same theme, design and identity.
I was invited for the branch grand opening. I had full Arabic Breakfast and traditional tea style. Their are no comments with the food, but the cafe is small and if the tables could be more organized so their could be enough space between the tables.
Location: West Mishref Coop [map]
Weeks ago, the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge raised by on YouTube and Social Media. Although this is the best idea that would spread over the world. ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Motor neurons reach from the brain to the spinal cord and from the spinal cord to the muscles throughout the body. The challenge is either to pour a bucket of ice water on yourself or donate $100 to the organisation. Many stars, celebrates and businessmen took this challenge.
Dikakeen opened there first branch at Salhiya Complex M2. Dikakeen means a group of kiosks in Arabic and is a part of the tapestry of Kuwaiti Culture. The main attraction of the space would showcase of live cooking by Kuwaiti Chefs with their take on local dishes.
Two days ago, I had a chance to choose Dikakeen Restaurant for lunch. Thanks god the place was empty. I ordered Dikakeen mix grill, salad and ’3aybooba Dessert (Chocolate Molten Cake with Sandwich ice-cream, cookies and lotus). Their food is so delicious and tasty. I really loved their food and congratulate the founders of creating this wonderful restaurant. If you haven’t been there yet I really suggest to taste their food. I rate Dikakeen’s food 09/10.
The 2nd Annual Carnival will kicked off from 14th of August for a period of 17 days in all different districts at The Avenues, featuring a group of international street show performers from nine different nationalities to include Argentina, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, United Kingdom and the United States of America.
With 18 different trained professionals, these street performers will master their busking carnival shows to include an array of acts such asliving statues, physical and improvisation comedy, a silent comedy performance, bucket drumming, Flamenco musical comedy, acrobatic and juggling performance, in addition to other street buskers and walkabout artists filled with multi-talented skills to amuse their audience.
The Carnival starts from 2pm till 7pm daily. You can find the schedule at any of The Avenues information centre. Find more of Q8Path last year The Avenues Carnival coverage.
Fairmont The Palm Hotel & Resort is one of my best hotels in Dubai. If you are going for swimming and chilling next to the beach. I recommend you to stay at Fairmont The Palm Hotel.
During my recent Summer Vacation I booked my room at Fairmont The Palm Hotel & Resort. What I liked from this hotel are hospitality services, location, beach, swimming pool, beach view, lobby, hotel atmosphere, rooms and the royal services.
However, their are things I disliked such as the WiFi Internet Services should be FREE and not paid service. As well, they should add extra services for families, children and businessmen.
Finally, Fairmont The Palm Hotel & Resort will be your best choice if you are going for the beach, swimming or family trip.
I done different exciting activities during my recent visit Summer Vacation in Dubai. One night I went for a walk to Dubai JBR (Jumeirah Beach Residence). I saw different new restaurants and stores opened in JBR. Real Madrid Cafe Dubai is one of the cafes impressed me.
The cafe got a mini Real Madrid store were you can find the team uniform, accessories and items. As well you can take your own photo, plus watch the photo gallery and get more details about the team. The first floor of the cafe got huge sitting area to eat, drink coffee or have some desserts. I loved the store and cafe idea, which I recommend for Real Madrid fans to have a look one day.
I learnt different skills when I’m at school. We got our daily diary to write up such as the homework, activities and readings. Years after smart phones came up and helped us a lot in calendars, diaries and to do list. I cannot do anything unless I wither type up or write down the things I’m going to buy or to do in this moment. I believe it could help me more to do things correctly. This image shows my shopping list which I’ve shared on Instagram @q8path during my shopping trip in Abyat.
I almost know every store in this complex. I usually visit “Wala’a Complex” in Hawali every weekend alone to search out any new technology is up in the market. Beginning of 2005, I bought brand new HP & Dell laptop from Dubai.
These days, the internet is so expensive and as well the softwares. So I stayed wondering around Hawali to search for the best cheapest software store to add up some applications to my laptop. However, I kept visiting Hawali only to visit “CD Castle” store to buy new softwares and games to keep my laptop updated.
Does anyone still remember CD Castle Store!.