Every year we publish about the ladies yearly racing event RoadRush which takes place at Bahrain International Circuit. This year however, a different kind of rush will take place tomorrow. The RoadRush Carnival will be held at the new Sirbb Circuit next to Ford in front of Tilal. It seems really exciting so do not miss out.
Sports direct, a new athlete clothing outlet, opened last night in Al Rai across from the avenues. The main attraction for the night was not their drop dead low prices but soccer legend Micheal Owen from England. The place was packed inside and out with fans from all ages waiting to get their chance to get a picture with the footballer and poor air conditioning didn’t really make it a pleasant wait.
While there I go to have a look at there footwear price range and must say that is it beyond reasonable. For adults the foot wear prices range between KD 5 t0 KD 39 for adults and between KD10 to KD16 for kids. So do you guys think the prices are competitive compared to other sports shops?
Missed The British Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, air show yesterday afternoon? You’re not alone because I also missed it. Actually I didn’t even know about it beforehand and thanks to the low profile press media! Such events shall be publicly announced on media like TV, Radio, Newspapers, Blogs, and even Google ads so people can know and get the chance to see it in person. I came back home from work at 3:30 pm and heard the roar of jets but I thought they were just moving from one air base to another.
It’s not everyday you get to see British Air Force in action. I was always a fan of Britsh Air Force, well since I ever watched documentaries on World War II, and it seems that they gave such spectacular show in Kuwait sky near Marina Mall shoreline. No wonder since they are one of the world’s premier aerobatic teams.
Luckily enough, one of our blog readers shared with us such a long video for the whole action. Also, I managed to find some shots online.
It’s the time of the year where we witness a surge of Christmas Bazaar’s in Kuwait. Besides the popular one that is usually held at Marina hall, there is also one held at BSK which is also annual and hosted by the British Ladies Society.
I love these bazaar’s because of the variety and diversity of booths and the number of activities that are there for the entire family!
Looks like fatal fights in Kuwait are not only happening in shopping malls but are also invading football courts! I’m observing that the re-occurrence of fights in sport events are on the rise in Kuwait and no one is doing a thing!
Latest was a knives fight at Kuwait premier league under 20 that started after the last night’s match between Arabi and Kazima sports clubs. To my surprise the fight started between the players themselves and escalated by the crowd, and to make things even worse the police were non-existent to contain it! How can they even play without police or guards? I’m so sick of this chaos.
I was informed that GulfRun 24HR Karting Endurance in its 3rd version will be taking place from December 5th to December 7th at the recently launched SIRBB Circuit in Kuwait. So far 18 teams have signed up to compete in the exciting and challenging 24 hour long karting endurance race. Below is a plan sketch for SIRBB race circuit.
Event Schedule Thursday, December 5: -Assigning Karts and Race Practice Friday, December 6: -Start of 24 hour GulfRun Karting Endurance Race Saturday, December 7: -Finish of 24 hour GulfRun Karting Endurance Race
Kuwait’s appetite and demand for high-end goods is on a continuous rise and Amouage could not have found a better location than The Avenues with brand adjacencies that exemplify the same level of luxury as Amouage.
When I saw this news headline in the Arab times yesterday,I found it strange that the traffic department would act surprised at these news.
Any body who has driven on our roads in Kuwait, without taking into consideration the accident rates, would have wondered if half of the drivers on our roads actually have a license or rather how they got to have a license to begin with.
I definitely feel that this is huge contributing factor to road incidents in Kuwait. What do you guys think?