Costa Del Sol Hotel
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... part of the world was to experience the events that take place here in a more immediate form than that from a news crew. I guess in the above timeline I have evidence of something like this experience occuring. Thankfully though I got my travelling through Lebanon done in the nick of time and was out of there before this latest spiral into chaos.
Spiral into chaos? Well, that does sound a ...
... on the left, it will be at the first (left) bend in the road after 1.3km or so. Just have a pan around in Google Maps using the links provided and you should be fine to get there. This first link will also work in Google Maps on your smartphone and should be good for giving you turn by turn directions from wherever you are.
... a couple of clubs mainly because I get to see a new part of Kuwait each time and have a chat with people about how the week went and what other things are happening around the place. I'm also thinking of starting a bike race or at least sportif up Mutla Ridge. We'll see what happens.
So that's the wrap for now. As I said in one of the videos of Mutla Ridge, it is possible to have fun in Kuwait. ...
It's half term! Whoopee!
After finishing sports day today, where my house won the KS2 competition, my kids did a stellar job in all their events and me and one of the other Year 6 teachers won the teachers races, yes I won a running race! And I was racing a very sporty PE teacher :D so yes where was I... oh yes after all that excitement and one of my favourite days at school so far I raced back home ...
I'm amazed by the somewhat Jekyll and Hyde transformation that I see in the Arabs between their everyday persona and that which we experience once they get behind the wheel of a car.
Everyday I experience the frustrations that many expats experience as we maneuver our way around the pitfalls of the "lazy" Kuwaiti in our everyday lives. This of course does not apply to every Kuwaiti but I'm not wrong in assuming it is a fair majority. Caused ...