Everyone was laughing, eating and exploring. Learning something new and enjoying their time with friends while showcasing their home country’s spirit and pride. We have a lot to be thankful for and we are not afraid to show it. We are the leaders in globalization, patriotism and the United Nations — and we know it.
If you have never attended Fashion at the Westin, please plan to attend this annual event next February. It is a fantastic excuse for a GNO and a great place to bump into friends you haven’t seen in awhile.
If you are looking for something different, a little exotic, on an afternoon with good friends or family, I definitely recommend trying Indigo’s Saturday Afternoon Brunch. It is a great treat for a quiet afternoon when you want more than a meal — you want a cultural experience.
….the show begins with the Abu Dhabi PTA’s own Sue Helgemann walking the catwalk in fashions from House of Fraser, Maison Hala, sportswear from Lorna Jane and children’s fashion fro Chateau des Enfants including other notable brands.
I should’ve been born in the steamy streets of Havana’s Barrio Chino eating a spicy egg roll and washing it down with a cold minty mojito. I think I would’ve felt right at home dancing the conga or the mambo under the Asian lanterns that light the neighborhood of Havana’s uniquely flavor-fused, sui generis community — known as Barrio Chino de la Habana or Havana’s Chinatown.
Let me wrap it up for you in a nutshell. It’s buy one and get one. And if there isn’t an Entertainer coupon — I am not doing it. It ain’t happening because I am saving for my child’s college education beach house in Santa Barbara, California.
How I secretly am drawn to the chaos of miscommunication. That I have almost grown to appreciate the smell of oud. That I could now compete on a game show and correctly guess a sentence understanding only two words