This year was massive. I had a blast on the blog and I’ve been lucky to meet so many awesome people. We flip 2011 over with extremely high hopes for 2012. Thank you all for reading, sharing and commenting, you make it all worthwhile!
Get ready for new Fashal, leaks, analysis and of course PLENTY of reviews =D
This post got the highest individual hits for a past this year. This topic which galvanized so many people in Lebanon, got liked over 700 times on Facebook and was tweeted almost 150 times. In the end, we can all agree that the 14 million USD spent, were a complete waste.
Though an unpleasant and one I’d prefer to forget, this was one of the most clicked upon posts of 2011. Here’s to hoping the summer of 2012 will remove this blacklist entry!
One thing this taught me is that we take our diners very seriously. Heck, I even got broadcasts on BBM urging me to vote on “this link” for each candidate. Thousands of votes later though, and completely unexpectedly, this post became one of the most read of 2011.
After being purposefully snubbed from the opening, I managed to get in and party and share with the rest of Lebanon the first photos and review of this new seaside club a couple of hours after it opened its door (which do not exist )
One of my life’s most epic and emotional and moving nights. With 200+ photos and a video uploaded as soon as I got home the next morning. A fond memore of 2011…
This was the most viewed Weekly Leak of 2011. My unveiling of the prospective locations of Pier 7 and White well before they broke ground in construction. Also includes scrapped plans of the originally planned Pier 7 in the Port region
Hilarious, sad and scary! Shared over 300 times on Facebook, this definitely made a lot of people laugh in 2011
The confusion, delays and misinformation made simple and clear in laymen terms which we all can understand, not just IT and telecom people
One of the things my time at AUB has taught me… =D
The much-anticipated opening of the new White mega rooftop club with the first published photos and review of the club up and running minutes after its sound system and lights went on