Everyone knows that driving in Doha is a rough experience. People disregard rules, drive like maniacs, ignore the speed limits, and just don’t care about anyone else. If I had a say, I’d send them all back to driving school with strict instructions on not to let them pass unless they’ve completed 500 hours. And maybe… Continue reading #DohaRoadRage – Things that piss me off on the road
I’m not sure when exactly the Msheireb museums opened, but when I read about it on a recent Doha News article I immediately made plans to visit soon. Located in the ‘heart of Doha’, just behind the Emiri Diwan and next to Souq Waqif, it’s pretty much in a great location for a convenient day… Continue reading A visit to the Msheireb Museums in Doha, Qatar
A showcase featuring contemporary art from China, What About The Art? is the latest exhibit to hit the Al Riwaq Gallery, and one of the many events tied with Qatar China 2016. Curated by internationally acclaimed New York based Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang, the exhibit is filled with the different artworks of 15 different contemporary Chinese… Continue reading What about the Art?
I’m calm, cool, and collected now, but the day started off horribly. Bullet points, because I just don’t have it in me to write more: Go to work. Rush from work to Embassy to try and make it there and back in record time. 1 min away from embassy – realise you don’t have any… Continue reading ‘I need a 7up’ kind of day.
After renovations, Al Khor Park reopened to the public a few weeks ago to the happiness of families in Al Khor, especially those who didn’t want to come all the way to Doha to bring their family to a park. Since I love parks, and we were in Al Khor at the time, we decided to… Continue reading Al Khor Park: My experience
A chance to write a little about what Doha means to me? Okay, let’s do this. Warning: Text heavy post coming your way. In my three years of living in Qatar, I’ve discovered there are two types of expats: Those who hate Qatar and those who love Qatar and appreciate all the good the country… Continue reading Let’s talk about My Doha
Qatar is pretty much surrounded by the sea, so you’d expect an abundance of seafood to be available in the country. You kind of do, although to be honest most of it is imported from everywhere else, and the local seafood you do get tends to be either overpriced, or not that fresh in your local… Continue reading Buying fresh seafood along the Corniche