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Perhaps I'll go about this year in review backwards. I ran the Kuwait Human Rights Mapup for 7 months until a couple of weeks ago when I was told to stop. We produced 3 maps and did a number of field trips. The last map I made was this, about the issue of countries banning citizens working in the Gulf States as maids. It was great whilst it lasted, we did a number of field trips to maid agency malls, had 10+ meetups involving people from Kuwait and ...
During Eid, the 10 day public holiday after Ramadan, I stayed in Kuwait. Something I've been wanting to do ever since I arrived is a 4x4 trip from one end of Kuwait to the other off road. We did this during Eid and it made for a great holiday in Kuwait, a place many try to leave during this time of year. Here are some ...
... state of the people Of the intermingling of language and culture Of the flurry of trade and other exchanges There is no lesser distinction between people Than on the supposed borders maps are expected to show I propose a new political map. A map of small, cultural islands Centred around state capitals In a global human sea of ...
Wil of Arabia
The hot, sandy sun beats
The ground like an angry giant
Belting a toy drum
A year's seasons
Are four brands of punishment
Than a turn of light,
Colour, sound, leaves
This is the desert
The streets exist for sweepers
Past them we speed
Away down the 30 like a bushfire up a
Slope of crackling gumtrees on a hot day in Australia
This is a land filled
... we certainly have plenty of wild Afghan, pest camels across most of my country, as shown on these maps. When you go to the camel racing club (every Saturday from 2pm they race) you'll be allowed to walk straight into the grandstand where there are lots of large leather lounge chairs. It looks like some first class sort of affair but there are no restrictions and you can sit anywhere. A friendly man involved in the racing came over to us ...