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... present, and Syrian refugees are in Lebanon again now, twice as many as last time.
When I was walking the Lebanon Mountain Trail one of the many discussions I had with locals as we walked along was about the war. They said that one of the reasons they had the civil war was to get rid of the Syrians. This makes one wonder, then, what the Lebanese are all thinking now that so many have come ...
Last week I suffered the embarrassment of finding myself living in a country that is the butt of a Jimmy Fallon joke. Kuwait and a few other Gulf countries are trying to develop a scientific gaydar. They don't want gays here. This is an interesting development and I have a couple of stories to tell from my outsider's perspective of an expat.
When I first arrived in Kuwait I saw lots of local men wearing what are known as dresses where I ...
... 4WD, which meant we were invincible.
So what was the big deal? Things were fairly tame for the first half hour as we wound through the roads between hedged paddocks and fairly dreary farm buildings. We did come across a fire station, which I dutifully recorded a waypoint of for updating OpenStreetMap, and a few brave looking old trucks. Then we came out the southern end of it and were presented with a road in dim ...
... and being licked to death by the dog.
We then all piled in the car and headed to the local beach. It's so nice to have a good stretch of beach that isn't owned by a hotel chain that charge an arm and a leg for you to use it.
We spent all day there, playing with the girls and some other children that arrived with their parents to visit Joe.
I think we rock pooled (and found sea slugs and ...
Well, after what felt like an eternity I finally got out of BAF. The flight to Kuwait only took about four hours on a C-17, but the manifesting process and delays took almost 7 hours. Being in Kuwait, I definitely feel a huge difference from being back in Sharana. It's hot, dry and desolate here. The actual gig seems relaxed as hell though.. hard to believe this is considered ...