Month: November 2017

VISION MART: A Korean Food Store in Doha

Upon a friend’s recommendation, I went straight to this new KOREAN FOOD STORE in Al Sadd right after office, since this curious guy wouldn’t keep a good news waiting. This is the second Korean store I’ve been to in Doha and I’m not sure if there are others (I heard there’s also one in Abu

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The ENTERTAINER 2018 Launch Party

#SaveWithASmile has become the overall tone of the event during the recent Qatar Launch of THE ENTERTAINER 2018. The simple celebration held at the Hilton Doha was attended by several prominent merchants as well as media and members of the blogging community. It was a great night to network and socialize over some refreshing drinks and

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Sam’s Kitchen: New Kid On The Block

Few months ago, we featured Levidence Cafe here in the blog – and is now one of the most favorite “instagrammable” coffee shop along this modest street of Al Rawdah, in Muntazah area.  Now, another establishment has opened in the same area which is also expected to follow this trend with its stylish ambiance serving

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Best Life Qatar’s Meet, Greet, and Learn Series (Season 1)

As an offshoot of the Basic Blogging Seminar that I conducted during the Philippine Independence Day Celebration at the City Center Rotana Hotel last June 2017, I thought of taking that opportunity to help new and aspiring bloggers get some ideas on how to start the ball rolling and how to further improve the way

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MONDRIAN DOHA: 7 Things we love about this Instagram-worthy hotel

Experience a visual enchantment upon entry to this new hotel. With several artworks and decorations around its lobby, you will somehow feel you are being transformed to another world: the giant golden flower vase right at the entrance, the now popular black spiral stairs, the frozen forest lounge… and more. These things will immediately tell

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BEHIND THE SEEN: McDonald’s Kitchen Tour

Customers can order using the DMB (digital menu board) as reference. From the POS (point-of-sale), orders will be sent to the kitchen and will be shown to the crew inside via KVS (kitchen video system). Then the order will be processed for approximately 90 seconds and the status will be shown on the ORB (order

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