A Tourist in My Hometown

A Tourist in My Hometown, Repatriating Ain't EasyBy: Ms. HalaShorter Version Originally Published: March 2018Publication Source: ILoveQatar.net That feeling when you realize repatriating ain't easy. Not close to how easy I thought it would be at least. Then again, neither was my first year as an expatriate when I first moved to Qatar back in 2012.…

Foodie Farewell – a Snapchat Story

Flashback Friday to the foodie farewell Snapchat story!

Iftar @ Streets of Arabia – A Snapchat Story

Inspired by the success of Street Food Doha, the lovely Doha Marriott is at it again for the second year with Streets of Arabia. Dishes from all corners of the region, such as Sudan, Morocco and Qatar, are the stars of the streets. I started with the Moroccan harira soup and was tempted to go for…

Iftar @ Al Jawhara – A Snapchat Story

For the third year running, Al Jawhara of The Intercontinental The City has been a hidden gem of the Ramadan season. Not a ridiculously expansive buffet, just the good stuff in the beautifully decorated hall. The decor remains as the classic Arabian night theme. Seatings are set up nicely and rearrange accordingly, giving you space to move…

Iftar Tasting @ L’auberge – A Snapchat Story

In case you missed it, here's my Snapchat story from the Iftar Tasting at L'auberge in Warwick Hotel Doha. Throughout the month of Ramadan, L'auberge will be hosting an Arabian iftar with a Turkish flair. Have to say my favorite dish was the chicken maqluba and of course the dessert selection by renowned Egyptian pastry chef, Amin Wahba.…