I guess it’s that time of the year where I get a lot of candy. I’m not going to have 6 blog posts spamming the home page, rather I would like to thank everyone who sent gifts here. Some of it was healthy sweets, some of it was pure chocolate and some of it was a bundle of old traditional items people used to use (gifts arranged by date).
Thank you Wataniya Telecom for nicely decorated هيل و زعفران sweets. You can check Wataniya’s Ramadan application on Android which has a bundle of features like masjed locator, recipes and imsakeya list.[Link]
Thank you Diwaan for the bundle of old items, I didn’t know pomegranate soap even existed but I later found out it doesn’t actually contain pomegranate but is just named that way. Diwaan’s Expo is live and you can visit them today, for more information you can visit their website.
Thank you Viva Telecom for the shiny gift, you get full points for decoration. You can check their Layaly Ramadan Offer here which is basically charging you 100 fils for every 30 minutes. Offer only valid from 12a.m to 8a.m.
Thank you Q8Up2Date, for those that aren’t familiar with Q8Up2Date they’re an online shopping store offering clothing for men, woman and kids. I found out they have a collection of football jerseys for most teams.
Thank you HisHersQ8, one of the few blogs out there that truly speaks their mind. I liked how the gift was wrapped, looked like a kids curly hair except dotted.
Thank you Diet Center, probably the only healthy gift I’ve received containing apples, dried fruits and choco-balls (presumably low-fat). Diet Center offers nutritional consultation as well as catering for those that want to offer healthy food in their ceremony.