Thanksgiving Turkey in Kuwait [Updated]


With Thanksgiving around the corner (Nov. 24th) you might be asking yourself, “Where can I get a turkey made for dinner in Kuwait?”.

Feedback on Twitter (follow us @Hello965) tells us that you can get turkeys delivered or picked up ready to om nom nom from:

We will update this list as we find more places that offer Thanksgiving turkeys ~

IL PESCATORE Restaurant in Sardinia, Italy

One of the best sea food restaurants I tried!! <3

It’s located on a waterfront terrace facing a delightful panoramic view on Porto Cervo village and marina with its yachts docked for the night, the restaurant’s name speaks for its menu: “Pescatore” in Italian means fisherman and the restaurant is specialized in seafood and fish dishes; just to name a few delicacies and let your mouth water, this is a taste of what you may find in the menu: “Fresh prawns, green apples and grapefruit salad”, “tagliolini with prawns and almond pesto”, “fish filet with flavored mashed potatoes” and “ricotta cheese pie with pineapple and ginger sauce”

If you’re in Italy and going to Porto Cervo, Sardinia.. then don’t forget to check it out!! 🙂

The Most Frightening Bridge Ever

Storseisundet Bridge (Norwegian: Storseisundetbrua) is the longest of the eight bridges that make up the Atlanterhavsveien (“The Atlantic Road”), the road connection from the mainland Romsdal peninsula to the island of Averøya in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway.

It is a bridge on one of Norway’s most scenic and popular tourist roads – the Atlantic Ocean Road (Atlanterhavsveien in Norwegian). The bridge named Storseisundet makes a sharp bend as it jumps over a number of small islands and waterways. The approach to the bridge looks scary as the bridgeseems to end abruptly and as if any attempt to proceed would result into the vehicle flying out and dropping into the waters below.

Storseisundet Bridge is a cantilever bridge that is 260 metres (850 ft) long and with a maximum clearance to the sea of 23 metres (75 ft). It was opened on 7 July 1989, and it was a toll road until June 1999.
1206 Storseisundet Bridge

Of course, it’s just an optical illusion. The bridge is constructed in such a way as to create the illusion of a “bridge to nowhere” in approaching it at a certain angle.

2196 Storseisundet Bridge