Boudl Al Salmia

Al-Salmah Amro Bin Al Aas Street, Kuwait City, Kuwait | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Al-Salmah Amro Bin Al Aas Street, Kuwait City, is near Church of the Nativity, The Scientific Center, Beit Guvrin National Park, and Wadi Qelt.
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    Travel Blogs from Kuwait City

    Chance the Gardener on Lebanon

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jan 04, 2014


    ... Mr. President, is
    that we welcome the inevitable
    seasons of nature, yet we are upset
    by the seasons of our economy.

    Yes. That is correct.

    ...Well, Mr. Gardiner, I must
    admit, that is one of the most
    refreshing and optimistic
    statements I've heard in a very,
    very long time.

    The President puts ...

    Mutla Ridge Races 1 and 2 Invitation

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Dec 11, 2013

    12 photos

    ... route is fairly simple and is the same for both races. The first simply goes clockwise whilst the second goes anticlockwise. See this map.

    • Race 1: 14th December 2013

    The basic idea for race 1 is to head along the top of the ridge to the Return Waypoint (29.446523 lat, 47.732402 long) and then return to the start ...

    The Grand Tour of Kuwait, Iraq Border

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jun 08, 2013

    16 photos

    ... a different road back to the city, along the border east and down through farmland, then back along the southeastern side of Mutla Ridge. On the way up we had agreed not to do this on account of the harsh conditions. Of course this agreement was broken though also on account of the harsh conditions. An adventure was presenting itself and it would not be acceptable as men to return without taking it on. Also because we were ...

    Pit Stop

    A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on Jan 06, 2013

    I am no stranger to excess luggage or carrying way too many things. However, it seems different with 60lbs of issued military equipment on my back and 55lbs of personal stuff on my front. Good thing I bought a luggage cart the other day.

    Friday started off sad.

    Because of the UA issue, my coordinator told me I probably wouldn't be deploying until next week. I packed anyway and put my luggage in my designated building, then went to the community building to wait. Although ...

    Patience is a virtue

    A travel blog entry by emz99 on May 07, 2012

    ... spoilt by family from a young age and a by-product of the class system with endless drivers and servants, many Kuwaiti children grow up to become in my opinion selfish and lazy. They are used to having everything done for them, used to being driven everywhere and used to being given anything that their heart desires. This unfortunately doesn't change much as they move from college into the wider world leading them to be late to work, absent on many ...