Sunday, March 15

The Wave Carnival Overview

Ahoy, me Hearties!

I was supposed to get this post out earlier but then if you have been following my instagram profile, then you would've been updated by the various pictures, and some of the live feed videos that's been posted over the past four days of the event.

It was a pleasurable event that was considered as something different for the people of Muscat, and specifically to those residing in Al Hail. To have such a wonderfully entertaining event was the highlight for those residing close to the are, and to those who live close by.

I had the pleasure of going twice to The Wave Carnival!!!  I live in close proximity and my children were expectationally excited to witness all that the carnival had to offer. We never made it past 7:30pm both times since they need to be in bed and my younger ones couldn't manage to stay up. Yet they had fun none the less, and nothing would compare to the excitement that I saw portrayed on my younger children faces.

The venue was well organised with ample of parking spaces, and it just seemed have it all as a activity for families. Having the food outlets close at hand visitors were conveniently close to choices of vendors, and choice of setting their own pace as to what they wanted to do.

I must say that I am looking forward to more events from The Wave Muscat, and hoping that this will actually be an annual feature since it has really presented itself as a potential loved activity for residents of the area.


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  1. I thought it was done very well, we took my nephews and they loved it. I think they just need to improve the seating for kids, too many tall adults were blocking the view!

    1. Totally agree.

      Also when they were showing the cartoon, they should’ve arranged it on the same level of the children, since they couldn’t see the screen unless they were raised or standing up.

  2. It certainly was a success. The Wave need to open the second traffic entrance up off of the beach road, if I was a resident, who in many cases had paid $1,000,000 for a home there, I'd be royally pissed off with the traffic.

    But definitely something nice to see here!


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