Al Jahra Copthorne Hotel & Resort
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I came to Kuwait to visit a long-distance friend that I'd only met once in person. We often spoke online and one day I decide that before my trip to Asia, I would stop by to visit. It was an interesting visit. The culture is definitely different and it taught me to learn to be humble, thoughtful, and aware all at the same time. It was a 3-day ...
You are invited to 2 mountain bike races on Mutla Ridge!
- Where: We'll start from here (coordinates in decimal degrees: 29.417348 lat, 47.688069 long)
- When: 8am (arrive 730am), this Saturday 14th December (race 1) or Saturday 4th January 2014 (race 2)
- Distance: about 20km
- Time: about 2 hours
- Difficulty: easy ...
... on the cheeks, but still it is a real no-no where I come from. I am sure most people are aware it's a common way to greet each other in many parts of the world, but a lot of man touching goes on in one of these greetings, and it's more than what my gaydar says is ok, so this is another way I had to adjust it. And that's not mentioning the number of men that go around holding hands. They're usually young men, and it's not hugely common, and about ...
Long time no write. Lots has happened in the past month. I have founded the Kuwait Mapping Meetup and we have had 2 events already. I also did a few more sailing trips, went on the inaugural ride of the Kuwait Cycling Caveliers bike club, became a full member of the Kuwait Desert Bikers Club (another mountain biking club)... not to mention all that's happened at work. As mentioned in the title, ...
... rehabilitation project in a region I'd never visited before. I was sold on it so hard I couldn't negotiate properly. It finally felt like everything had fallen into place. I'd always wanted to use my mapping skills for environmental rehabilitation or monitoring work ... finally it was happening. Oh, and status. Money, not so much. GIS pays surprisingly well at a small oil exploration company in Australia. Very well.
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