Today (25 February) and Tomorrow (26 February) are Kuwait National and Liberation Days. Therefore, Q8Path wish Kuwait, The Amir of Kuwait and Citizens Happy National & Liberation Day of Kuwait.
From Zain National Celebration Show that I’ve attended last week. Here is the full documentary video by Zain Kuwait of the full Kuwait National Celebration show at Mall360.
I had a lovely afternoon in Someday Cafe last week. I heard about Someday Cafe providing Arabian Coffee with Dallah. Therefore, I had a changce to drink the Arabian Coffee which quite nice. Specially it’s lovely to drink the Arabian Coffee hot and fresh.
The same concept I visit recently in London Harrods In-Q Arabian Cafe. Regarding the price, it is quite within the range and not that expensive. It costs 2.750KD for a full Arabian Coffee Dallah. They are located at Kuwait City (Salhiya) directly opposite Salhiya Complex.
Dallah pre-launched their new Mama Lulwa Mahalabiya sweet. Before two days ago, I saw Dallah’s Instagram posting up about the last Mahalabiya’s at Dallah’s store. I’m one of Mahababiya’s lovers, so I passed to Kaifan Co-op and picked up the Mahalabiya. It is really delicious and well made, I really loved it. According to what I’ve knew it’s still not launch officially, but you can check Dallah’s Instagram for additional info.
Locally there are different exciting and interesting magazines where you can find them in stores, cafes, malls, restaurants or online. I usually love reading magazines rather than newspapers because I think newspapers starting getting more over in politics and fascinated to the community. I’m always in track with these monthly magazines issues in Kuwait.
Personally, I find them interesting to know what’s going on in the country/world such as small businesses, economy, technology and more. Magazines also reflect the author opinion.
Myself I love reading Khaleejesque, theCityMagazine, P2BK and Bazaar magazines. What Is Your Favorite Local Magazine?, let’s hear your comments.
This photo I captured yesterday afternoon on the way to Jaber AlAhmad Stadium. It was around 5.00pm and the sky is full with black smoke and have not known any news about what is happening. After I saw the news on TV at night, I knew that there was large wood storage in Amghara area was burned.