Al Manshar Rotana Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... not much else to stand out from the brown haze. Fortunately we followed the ILS in because the haze was such that it was tough to make out the airport less than 10 miles out. There wasn't more than an hour and half between all of our various arrivals. It was odd and rare that we weren't the last ones by a long shot. Everyone refueled and we received a couple barrels again of our precious. The ride to the hotel showed us a brief glimpse of dreary, brown, murky, Kuwait. ...
... she was not expecting me to be wearing a kilt. I began to develop the suspicion that I might be about to actually commit a crime. So I consulted 3 friends, all of whom confirmed this suspicion, one saying basically the police might bust me for transvestitism. This actually began to make me scared. I couldn't believe I was actually going to run the risk of arrest, possible jail time and deportation for having on a kilt. Usually I would ignore ...
... 6, at the top of the hill. This was in the middle of the bush, there was a hut. I had a cup of soup in my hands, legs clamped together, knees tucked up, arms tucked in. Keeping warm, feeling ok, smile on my face.
Up. Down. Put my Skins on finally to keep warm. More up, down. Other teams streaming around us, we sometimes passed other teams. All walking quietly, talking was about necessities, it was getting late. There's something about being out in ...
... for many reasons...
a) The unemployment rate will continue to rise (thanks a lot, Mr. President)
b) If I do get a job, my continuously increasing taxes will yield me unable to afford the cost of living for the lifestyle I have become accustomed to.
c) The world will end via a zombie apocalypse, global warming, or WWIII.
Really... it's a toss up... I wouldn't be able to even make an educated guess on this one.
Like I explained at the beginning ...