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JP October Meetup - Ramadan Iftar

JP iftar was cool idea, Thanks Khalida for arranging it, ohh well and maybe Roba :p

The open buffet at Belle Vue Hotel was fine and I HAD TWO TASTY GATAYEEEEEF! (so i didn't break my Ramadan's schedule).

In the other news we had many new faces, Namely Sam, The Observer, Nemir (Very interesting person), Grace, THE LOVELY KHALTO KINZI! and many other I didn't manage to talk with them as I was busying in HUNTING FOR GATAYEF ( not really just teasing Hala).

After having the iftar we left to Old view cafe, we had interesting chat about Skype and TRC, Aramex story with Hal.


Thanks for showing up guys & gals, leave you with the photos.




JP Ramadan iftar




JP Ramadan iftar




JP Ramadan iftar




JP Ramadan iftar




JP Ramadan iftar




JP Ramadan iftar




JP Ramadan iftar




JP Ramadan iftar




JP Ramadan iftar




JP Ramadan iftar




JP Ramadan iftar






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