Continental Hawally Hotel

Address: Bin Khaldoun Street, Kuwait City, 13071, Kuwait | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Bin Khaldoun Street, Kuwait City, is near Church of the Nativity, The Scientific Center, Beit Guvrin National Park, and Wadi Qelt.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Continental Hawally Hotel Kuwait City

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Kuwait City

Alarm, another poem for Plumae

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Feb 02, 2014


An epistle poem about the unknown neighbour

Dear neighbour
Having successfully avoided you this past 10 months
I cannot address this letter correctly
You are next door though,
So delivery would be easy

In fact I'm not sure if you have been here that long
My lack of interactions with you
A study in aloofness
I guiltily, occasionally, wonder

My awareness of you consists
Of the sound of you ...

Chance the Gardener on Lebanon

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jan 04, 2014


... with your founder and
Chairman-Of-The-Board, Mr. Benjamin
Turnbull Rand and his close friend
and advisor Mr. Chauncey

... Well, gentlemen, I found this
to be a most rewarding
conference... To quote Mr.
Gardiner, a most intuitive man, 'As
long as the roots of industry
remain firmly planted in the
national soil, the ...

Smoke, piece for the Kuwait Writing Club

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Dec 01, 2013


Karl didn't want to quit. 18 years ago, the year Windows 95 was released he idly observed, was when he took his first experimental drag. It was nothing special at the time.This was just one of a great list of things his 12 year old self had tried out. Pouring paint thinners on a small pile of rubbish in the back yard at a friend's house. Lighting it. Whilst standing too close. The smell of burnt hair wafted back to him across ...

The bad stuff

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on May 13, 2013


... happy because I thought I'd finally found a well paid job that involved work that was good for the environment. On the whole, it is.

BUT there're all these social issues that annoy me a bit. I am left wondering if I've traded one major ethical no no for another in coming here and having to figure out if I'm a racist or not and how to navigate the whole social segregation without feeling like I've well and truly departed civilisation (of back home at least). I guess ...

Pit Stop

A travel blog entry by resiststatusquo on Jan 06, 2013

... didn’t pull up to the airport. The plane stopped and we all got out and into buses. Our driver had a turban. It’s official; I am not in America anymore.

In caravan style, about 9 buses and 2 huge trucks filled with equipment came to a military waiting area. It was outside, and chilly, but not cold. For 2 hours, we did nothing.

The air was thick with dust and smog. I had not thought of the air quality at all in my environmental mental preparation. It caught ...