In life their are some items which leads us to remember back. I kept cleaning my room storage last Friday morning. Removing boxes and cleaning the shelves, however suddenly I saw my brand new Nokia 6210 mobile phone. I remember I bought two one of the phones I used and the other one kept it for mam. From all of Nokia’s old phones, I loved Nokia 6210 as I kept charging my phone every 3-4 days.
Ribs & Rumps opened a year ago in Kuwait. Last week, I received an invitation to taste the new menu of Ribs & Rumps. I ordered mix appetisers, ribs, ribs burger and shrimp pasta. The food was some how tasty, but I don’t feel it is over tasty except the ribs burger. However, the pasta shrimp was also not that delicious, I feel they need to work more on the sauce, condiment and ingredients.
The restaurant atmosphere is expectable and I can say the menu need to be much better. I rate Ribs & Rumps food 06/10.
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.
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]
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 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!.
We heard of different solutions, plans, ideas and reports regarding traffic in Kuwait. From what I see, still we live in a rush-time hours daily. Almost all day, we see the traffic jam spotted in most of highways. I believe this would never end up unless we see new streets, metro stations or new policies.
Eid AlFitr is over now. I really haven’t enjoyed this Eid, especially most of our family members and friends escaped to start their vacation early this time. However, Eid AlFitr is were all muslims gather up after ramadan. Kids enjoyed Eid AlFitr the most, by earning the most “Eidiya” to buy what they need.
From what I received. Their are major delays in issuing United States Visa. This message/updates which I received from the embassy yesterday. If you applied for a visa at United States Embassy in Kuwait. Please read the press release below:
The United States Embassy in Kuwait regrets to note that we are experiencing a delay in visa processing due to a technical issue affecting U.S. consular activities around the world. We apologize for the inconvenience that the current worldwide technical delay is causing for those planning travel at this time. Our staff is doing everything possible to complete visa processing for those who have already applied for a visa, and will continue to interview and begin processing for anyone who has an appointment scheduled.
The Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs announced on July 25 that it was experiencing a worldwide slowdown in visa and passport processing. The most recent update from the Department of State’s Consular Affairs Bureau is as follows: As of July 26, the Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs is still experiencing technical problems with our visa system. We are operating at a significantly reduced capacity and will be until we clear the document backlog. This issue is worldwide and is not specific to any particular country or visa category. We are working urgently to correct the problem and expect our system to be fully operational again soon. We will continue to post updates to travel.state.gov as more information becomes available.
You will be able to find updates on the worldwide situation at http://travel.state.gov. You can look for additional updates on the U.S. Embassy in Kuwait’s webpage, http://kuwait.usembassy.gov/. You can find information on how to apply for a visa, check the status of your visa, or contact the consular section via e-mail on that site.
If you have recently interviewed for a U.S. visa and your application is being processed, rest assured that we will print visas as soon as the system is restored. If you need to regain possession of your passport before processing is complete, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, date of birth, application barcode number, and phone number. When normal processing has been completed, you will be notified by Aramex to arrange delivery of your passport. If your application is receiving urgent processing, you will be contacted by a representative of the Consular Section to retrieve your passport from the Embassy.