Al Manshar Rotana Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... The smells were quite overwhelming, and it was good fun for us to play guess what's in the tub. Some of the spices were easily recognisable, but others??? Even when we asked the stall holder we still had no clue. Good on one of my colleagues for being brave enough to buy a kilo of spices to take home. Not quite sure what she's going to call the finished dish- some kind of curry/tagine/casserole hybrid I guess!!! Of course we couldn't visit ...
... they expressed about the plight of their SK kin, whom they wished could be rescued and welcomed into the arms of the more advanced North. I was secretly hoping George Bush was wrong labeling all these countries as the axis of evil but he seems to have been right with the DPRK. Of course the people themselves are lovely, the skiing amazing. Someone should do what's right and tell them their leaders are Orwell's pigs. Other trips were on ...
... cigarette, rises.
... Many of us forget that nature
and society are one! Yes, though we
have tried to cut ourselves off
from nature, we are still a part of
it! Like nature, our economic
system remains, in the long run,
stable and rational. And that is
why we must not fear to be at its
(he smiles at Chance, who
I love the photospheres function of the latest Android camera app!! Here are all of mine in one ...
... picture of separateness. Inevitably, I am meeting people who hate the place and are only here for the money. This is fair enough too, the place is a desert inhabited by often overweight Kuwaitis filled with a sense of entitlement (see how they drive!) and whom I have observed violently beating and verbally abusing Eastern expat workers (bus driver and supermarket worker respectively). As you can see in the photos I have a couple of Indian friends, or 'Easterners'. They're ...