Tag: Qatar Daddy Blogger

BACK2SCHOOL: Are your kids ready?

Most schools in Qatar will reopen by the end of August 2019. Many students are already excited to meet their classmates and others are excited to see their new campus and meet new friends. Jasmine is now on her 1st grade and the thought of going to a big school excites her so much. After

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QATAR RAIL MOBILE APP AND TRAVEL CARDS NOW AVAILABLE!

The Ministry of Transport and Communications announces that the Doha Metro Red Line South will start its initial operation for the public this Wednesday, May 8. That Line extends from Al Qassar to Al Wakra. The initial operation includes 13 out of 18 Red Line stations: Al Qassar, DECC, QIC West Bay, Corniche, Al Bidda

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Ramadan In The Eyes Of An Expat Blogger

Today, 6th of May 2019 marks the start of the month-long celebration of Ramadan. During this season, all Muslims are expected to fast and refrain from consuming food, drinking liquids, smoking, engaging in sexual relations and sinful behaviors that may negate the rewards of fasting. This annual observance is regarded as one of the Five

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BEST LIFE QATAR: 2018 IN REVIEW

Last year saw a bigger and much brighter happening for Best Life Qatar. What started as a personal blog in 2016 has steadily become one of the most trusted references by expat families for restaurant and hotel information. Since the blog objective is to inform the readers on the ongoing promotions and events around town,

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Confession of a Daddy Blogger v.2018: BLQ’s Father’s Day Giveaway!

Growing up, i didn’t have a clear recollection of any bonding moments with my father. I have poignant memories of childhood and over the years, it has affected my self-esteem and confidence. Thankful that i found my faith who showed me that there’s a “Father to the fatherless” and taught me godly ways to “build

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AYLA: A Special Screening Invitation

I’m trying to hold back my tears on several occasions when emotions are high… especially during the two scenes where Sgt. Süleyman and Ayla have to part ways… ahhhh, its beyond sadness. There was an instant beating in my heart when I received the invitation for a special screening of AYLA: THE DAUGHTER OF WAR.

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