Costa Del Sol Hotel
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... thrilling victory against the odds. It was a flop. Was it partly a flop because the world suspected something more like the story of 'Utopia' needed to be told? I am Australian. Like Pilger, I have been living outside of Australia. There comes a time when one has escaped enough from the mess of influence that is local marketing, media and culture and can begin to reflect on the place one has come from. This time has now come for me. The ...
... this PACI map to present at the meetup. Anyway, this has been a major positive development in my experience in Kuwait so far and I'm really happy about it. It took 4 months to get it up and running - about a month slower than it took to get the Phnom Penh Mapping Meetup up and running when I arrived there.
Destroyed Umm Al Aish Earth Station
North of Mutla Ridge up Highway 80 ...
... I'm pretty happy with how I've been able to adapt to driving here. I think because of all the time I spent riding on the right in Cambodia I didn't have as much to get used to, only being on the left of a vehicle I'm driving. I keep finding myself drifting toward the right side of the lane I'm in as I'm used to being in that position when sitting on the right of a vehicle!
Another thing I saw in my adventures, ...
... seem desirable. Along with the testosteronal drivers I expect to get a bit fed up with living conditions sometimes. Strangely I haven't been much disturbed by the prayer calls, one's happening right now. It's loud, but kind of a drone so easy to ignore.
Oh, I also joined the Kuwait Writers Club, gaining entry by impressing the organiser with some poems composed for events in Brisbane :)
Last of all in order to get my residency visa ...
... seen camels crossing the road or visited an arabic
police station (when some not so clever lorry driver hit my car
). All I can say is it has encouraged me to drive in any country I
might travel to, honestly if you can learn to drive here, I'm pretty
sure anywhere else in the world would be a breeze.Right off to fill up the car with 12p a litre petrol.....some of the benefits ...