El-Sharm

I attended the grand opening for Baroue. It is a new store at the Avenues that caters to children and is a Kuwaiti concept. These guys have put a lot of passion and dedication to this and it shows.

I was impressed with it size and attention to details and just how it attends to both parents and children. You really have to check it out to really see all the features and wonder feeling from just entering the place.

I attended the grand opening for Baroue. It is a new store at the Avenues that caters to children and is a Kuwaiti concept. These guys have put a lot of passion and dedication to this and it shows.

I was impressed with it size and attention to details and just how it attends to both parents and children. You really have to check it out to really see all the features and wonder feeling from just entering the place.

Today we had the first Kuwait Blogger Meetup at Second Cup in Kuwait City. It was a great event we had good a turn out in my opinion and it was great puttting faces to names and actually talking to people and getting to know them personally instead of just reading their blogs.

We stayed a long time at Second Cup and talked about lots of random stuff, audiologist and really not a lot about blogging suprisingly. I enjoyed it for I really love meeting new people and especially having a good conversation with them. A good stimulating crowd that wasn’t shy and very open to sharing and hearing other people’s opinions.

Tata did a good job of picking the even and getting people to come to it. Even though when I tried calling him he wasn’t picking up or replying to my messages. He said he didn’t hear the phone, pill I think that means it is time for a haircut for him. For his efforts I got him a Moleskine. He always said he has a lot of ideas that he forgets, so now he doesn’t have an excuse and its good for his creativity.

Some of the group left there around 9, while the rest of stayed to talk then went to get food at Restaurant 99 for sharwarmas and more talking.

It was a really good meetup, good conversation with good people. I really dont want to get into more detail about it, cause if you didn’t come you missed out. Also the people who came got to learn the meaning of nibaq. So you if you were thinking about coming to this one and didn’t, you better come to the next one!

I attended the grand opening for Baroue. It is a new store at the Avenues that caters to children and is a Kuwaiti concept. These guys have put a lot of passion and dedication to this and it shows.

I was impressed with it size and attention to details and just how it attends to both parents and children. You really have to check it out to really see all the features and wonder feeling from just entering the place.

Today we had the first Kuwait Blogger Meetup at Second Cup in Kuwait City. It was a great event we had good a turn out in my opinion and it was great puttting faces to names and actually talking to people and getting to know them personally instead of just reading their blogs.

We stayed a long time at Second Cup and talked about lots of random stuff, audiologist and really not a lot about blogging suprisingly. I enjoyed it for I really love meeting new people and especially having a good conversation with them. A good stimulating crowd that wasn’t shy and very open to sharing and hearing other people’s opinions.

Tata did a good job of picking the even and getting people to come to it. Even though when I tried calling him he wasn’t picking up or replying to my messages. He said he didn’t hear the phone, pill I think that means it is time for a haircut for him. For his efforts I got him a Moleskine. He always said he has a lot of ideas that he forgets, so now he doesn’t have an excuse and its good for his creativity.

Some of the group left there around 9, while the rest of stayed to talk then went to get food at Restaurant 99 for sharwarmas and more talking.

It was a really good meetup, good conversation with good people. I really dont want to get into more detail about it, cause if you didn’t come you missed out. Also the people who came got to learn the meaning of nibaq. So you if you were thinking about coming to this one and didn’t, you better come to the next one!
Arrived in Sharm ok, online well I wouldn’t have carried where that plane landed I just wanted to get off it. My god some people should be banned from flying. The Sagayda with me were just annoying moving around from chair to chair, asking for more bread over and over again. When we were landing, we are all supposed to sit in our seats with seatbelts but these guys kept moving, standing up and wondering when they will get more tea.

The Kuwait Airways airplane also sucked, they showed a cool movie Cellular. But my head phone only worked with one ear, and if I moved around in my seat I didn’t hear anything. I tried other head phone jacks next to me but those didn’t work at all. Serisouly annoying.

It was an alright flight overall, quick and easy straight to Sharm El Sheik. The airport is sooo tiny, when I got there the passport people were just hanging around. I think it was 8 or 9 of us that got off the plane, it continued to Luxor. I had a carry on so straight outside.

I setup for tomorrow a diving trip form 8:30-5:00pm that will be long and tiring. I just know when I get back I will be dead. Hopefully I have some energy for the dinner and more importantly the Seattle / St Louis game at 11:30. I am so excited that I got access to ESPN and FOX Sports. Going to watch me football.

Currently in Nimat bay, found a internet cafe what I pay here for 1 hour is like 1/2 at the hotel. I swear they just keep nickle and diming you on anything. Even the health clup you have to pay money to get in. Bastards.

I wanted to eat at Hard Rock but its like an hour wait and didn’t feel like eating anywhere else in the streets so I goto the standard fast food. It filled me up and just going to wander around a bit maybe stop for a sheesha.

Lots of nationalities here, in my hotel is like Russia central they are all over the place, but the city has a mix of Italians, Spanish, German, English and I think I heard some French. Very international place, and the people are friendly. Well they have to be tourism is their source of income.

The weather is like 20-25c when I arrived, but its quiet chilly now, like Kuwait weather in winter, but with some humidity. I will take a sweater with me tomorrow just incase I get cold in the boat.

I am tempted to go stop at the TCHE TCHE sheesha here, jsut cause we have one in Kuwait and say I been to the one in Dubai, Kuwait and now here. But its just to busy for my liking.

Time to go walk around now.

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