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It’s Boxing Day 2015 and my husband and I are feeling full of love, food and Rehydrate after last night. We were planning to go on a trip to the King Fahd Causeway that links Saudi Arabia with Bahrain, but have changed mind, decided to stay home, order food, watch movies (that are added to our queue of must-see films) and drink Coffee ❤
This year we had Christmas in a new country and we were absolutely enchanted with the festive spirit and Father Christmas! It may not have been a traditional Christmas braai but it was our Christmas and one that we’ll cherish for many years to come.
It was one of the best Gifts on Christmas Day ever
Christmas lights are always so twisted..But I like them so much 🙂 ❤
Couldn’t have asked for a better way to end 2015. I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and a great start to the New Year wherever you are and whatever you did 🙂
Good Evening from Manama!! 🙂
Bluefield Burger Evening Snack
This place has a very light atmosphere with bright colors, and when I see a bit of turquoise somewhere, my heart always skips a beat. My husband and I joined a friend here for a quick snack as we were picking up some groceries, the service team are very friendly and the food is well priced, fresh and tasty. The drinks are presented well and again are tasty and freshly made. Try the Homemade Greek Ice tea. They are quick and convenient, a good option for a quick bite and potentially a more substantial meal.
I love Bluefield’s menu. I believe they serve the best hot-dog in the whole Bahrain. My favorites are Chicken Quesadilla, Salmon Fillet and Aegean Cheese Rolls. The breakfast menu is also very good and the Coffee is great! I will become a loyal customer for sure 🙂 A lovely place to be I’ll certainly recommend it to family and friends.
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Last week I gave readers an inside scoop on the best of Western part of the neighborhood, so it is only fair to give Eastern part some love 🙂
Eastern Part is a quaint neighborhood nestled between other little areas of Juffair such as Al Shabab Road and Bahrain’s coastline. The area is the site of frenetic building activity, with new apartment buildings and hotels constructed each year and the suburban neighborhood houses many restaurants and retail outlets, such as McDonalds, Chilli’s, Nando’s, Asian Zyng, Dairy Queen, Hardee’s, Starbucks, Abraj Grills, and Burger King, etc.
Generally, visitors tend to gravitate toward the Shabab Avenue, the place offers delicious food, events, a variety of shopping, and a diverse subculture of people. I’ve been to this place couple of times with my husband and friends. I call this segment of road ”The American Alley” due to the several American fast food restaurants and the numerous Americans who go there. Very Americanized!
One also gets to see the city’s best street art and graffiti in this part of the world. You’ll often find culture and traditions in the form of street art here.
Eastern part is a small neighborhood with a big voice. I’m starting to feel right at home now in the hustle and bustle of the city! So far, Bahrain has been a delight to the senses. The smells, sounds, lights, traffic and the entire pace of life is at first overwhelming- but it’s the cultural differences I experience in my travels that always leave the biggest impression and keep me hungry for more.
So grateful for the new friends and memories I am making and for connecting with some of my readers out on the Island! Tell us what you love about your neighborhood. 🙂 Until my next post ✌❤️🔥