I woke up really early yesterday – I was in Kuwait City to take pictures for a client early in the morning! I passed by the grocery store, our local coop, to get some stuff….. so by the time I got back home it was around 8:00AM… I decided to prepare breakfast for dad and I, since I was home alone with him 😉
My aunt sent us Girs Egaili (قرص عقيلي) the other day – a traditional Kuwaiti cake… It was the trigger to prepare such breakfast actually, what goes well with it… and I went from there 😉 So I added Darabeel (درابيل) or what I call, Kuwaiti dry cinnamon rolls 😉 and I sliced a multi-grain French bread….
Darabeel goes well with hot Continue reading
More 518 pictures from my amazing readers 😉
Abdullah’s mobile time 5:18 😉
A tweet from @NouraR – Her room # at Al Faisaliah Hotel was 518 😀
An ad on Facebook that I spotted shows iPhone 4 with time 5:18 😉
Pirates of The Caribbean release date is May 18th! Thanks Luluscious 😀
@RuBY_GLoOoM sent me this on twitter – another 518 😀 😀
@Noogh25 Sudoku’s 518 version 😛 Nice catch
Thank you all for your contribution! Maybe I should do a collage now of all 518s I got from my readers.. NO? 😉
My friend Manal snapped those couple of pics last March during the sand storm.. I thought they were worth sharing! Scary :S
On my second day in Damascus (last February) I had the grand tour with a local! My friend Sandra was going out of town and she arranged a day trip for me in Old Damascus alleyways with her driver… He is actually from Old Damascus… he knows the alleyways really well – lucky me to have someone like Sandra who arranged for it all AND for Mohammed, my amazing tour guide for taking the time to take me to this tour in the old city – I had a great time that day!
He picked me up from the hotel! We headed to Old Damascus, parked the car outside The Khan (click here, here, and here for a full review of The Khan), and we walked around in the alleys!
We started of with Souk Albuzooriyah (سوق البزورية) – a famous historical market located to the south of Umayyad Mosque. The souq is consisted of different vendors selling all kinds of spices, herbs, herbal medications, handmade soaps, dried fruit, candies, coffees, and much much more!
During my two weeks stay I have visited this market numerous times snapping different pictures each time I go
So it is basically a post FULL of pictures… and as the saying goes; “A picture is worth a thousand words” so let me take you into a Continue reading
I get to meet interesting people -electronically most of the time- on twitter! I get information and news updates as well! I love it so much that I have decided to share some tidbits of it on my blog every now on then with mention-shoutouts for my sources…
Snog opened in Mirdif City Center in Dubai (My Snog – London Review)
Also, Bader snapped this picture of a Continue reading
Yes! I am back to posting about my previous trips! Today I will be taking you with me to Ma’loula (معلولا)
Ma’loula is a city located northeast of Damascus (about 50KM away).. the name itself means the Continue reading
Here is Salwa AlMutairi’s very special way of congratulating the Royal Bride and Groom! She is planting a special palm tree on the occasion and Thanking Prince William for respecting Friday! Hmmmm
Oh and announcing that she now have a YouTube Channel (link)
Thanks Mariam A. 😉
Another picture showing the wedding and relating it to a Fairy Tale (Cinderella)
LOL – Thanks Mimmi 😉
I also took some pictures and info from Ali AlArbash Son Jewelers Facebook Page (link)
What was her “something new”? The earrings worn by Princess Catherine, as she is now called. A gift from her parents, the drop earrings were shaped like oak leaves with a pave diamond acorn suspended in the middle. Sister Pippa wore a similar pair, both sets were made by Robinson Pelham, and said to be inspired by the Middleton family’s new coat of arms, which includes oak leaves and acorns
Kate chose to wear the Cartier “Halo” tiara, which was made in 1936 and purchased by the Duke of York (later King George VI) for his wife, Elizabeth’s mother (also Elizabeth). Queen Elizabeth received it as an 18th-birthday present, at which time she was Princess Elizabeth. The delicate headpiece, which is as understated as a headband of diamonds can be, was lent to Kate by the Queen
Here are more pictures from Continue reading