Just arrived to Kuwait Airport from Mumbai which was 3 days in a row raining ! I couldn’t see Mumbai in detail due to long meetings which were starting from 9AM all the way to 5 PM .. Any how I’m happy that I’m back
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7emdillah 3ala salamat el wisool! Show us some pictures now
7amdilla 3ala salamah!
was it as filthy as i’ve been told it is?
How was the beryany?
9k2hn, raw3aaa !! if your thinking to go to Mumbai plz paas by Khebaaar ra7 telga a7laaa beryany eb 7ayateek !
Thanks guys alah esalemkom .. o sorry walla i couldn’t take any pics coz kenaa wayeeed mashgholeeen !
naWart il dera !!
Eve’s.Heart, emnawra bahalhaa .. thanks
Bloggerista – You are right. Mumbai is one filthy place – what do you expect when you have the filthy rich of India living right next door to the super poor?
On a different note for all ill informed Khaleejis out there a visit to Altamont Road, Carmichael Road, Warden Road, Malabar Hill, Marine Drive, Nariman Point, Kemps Corner, Cuffe Parade, Peddar Road and Juhu Tara Road will truly be a unique education of sorts.
The comparisons between Mumbai and Kuwait can be in more ways than one. Both are cities of vivid contrasts : that you have areas such as, Abbasiya, Hassawi and Jleeb sharing the same geography as Dahiyat Abdalla Salem, South Surra, Mishref and Jabriya brings out this factoid of urban life and living (as we’ve come to know it) in rather a poignant way.
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