Since the world saw the first underwater video footage more than 70 years ago, viewers have been enthralled by blue-tinted colourful shots and seemingly serene existence of aquatic life. However, one producer of these documentaries wanted to show the world’s ugly underbelly of our oceans today and the impact of modern capitalistic consumerism.
Bahrain is celebrating its life aquatic with the fourth annual Sea Festival, which opened at Marassi Beach under the patronage of the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Zayed bin Rashid Alzayani, in the presence of the new chief executive of BTEA, Nader Al Moayyed.
Athletes, office workers and spa lovers who experience chronic pain can now avail of the benefits of a new treatment in town through Thai Warrior Massage: Dancing Style experience at the Al Areen Palace & Spa.
Home seekers and investors recently flocked to The Avenues-Bahrain with the aim of snapping up exclusive deals and discover new projects being launched in the kingdom as part of the popular Gulf Property Show.
The Bahrain Tourism and Exhibitions Authority (BTEA) welcomes Bahrain to the fourth annual Sea Festival, which will be held at Marassi Beach until November 16. This year’s edition of the Sea Festival will include a live on-stage performance, as well as a number of activities for visitors of all ages including water sports, boat rides, traditional music, handicrafts and pearl merchants. There will also be plenty of entertainment during the Festival including a museum, outdoor cinema and an interactive play area for kids.
There is much focus on child nutrition during the first 1,000 days and with good reason: children with good nutrition are ten times more likely to overcome life-threatening childhood diseases and complete at least four grades at school. However, what few know is that access to clean air, or lack of it, is fundamental to a child’s development, both physical and cognitive.
If your favourite horror movie ever is Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 screen adaptation of Stephen King’s The Shining then you would certainly find Doctor Sleep to be an earnest successor. Further, Doctor Sleep is an organic, free from range horror film – no artificial jump-scares; no artificial ghosts.