Courtyard Kuwait City
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... from another local, who could speak Bangladeshi and Hindi. Check out the videos.
Things we found out through the interviews were:
- They like cricket, just like Australians
- They often have lived in Kuwait more than a decade, so they know the place well and some of its history
- They were often in their mid 30s
- They were short, 5-5.5', but were not emaciated, they seemed to have ...
... ain't much to do in the desert unless you like shopping - there's plenty of glitchy shopping. Well, shopping ain't really my thing. So, while sitting around one bored and lonely evening sometime over the winter holidays inspiration struck. Why not see the great land where my ancestors came from...I'm a bit of a history buff, so it's not just a continental drinking tour. It's a voyage of discovery. Historically speaking, my journey starts in the ashes of the once mighty ...
... nationalities. A princess even came! We did a hospital visit to a woman who we were told was bashed and dumped there by her owner. When we visited her though the story changed dramatically. She said her passport was destroyed by another maid in the house so this woman's daughter could come to Kuwait in her place. Long story short, after she went to the police they took her to the hospital as she had cancer. Confusing, but showed that not all ...
(Another oldie:-) A suit. A package. A suitcase worn by a human. Well, that just gave the game away! Suits. Suits. I don't care about suits. What I care deeply about is what's Going on under a suit What emotions are churning What unsuitworthy Mentalness Is sneakily hidden by that smart Snappy Dapper Shoulder enhancing Power costume? A man in a suit. Black. A briefcase. A walk Of purpose A pose ...
... on them as they're too soft, but at least it's a nice thing to see when you're driving across the otherwise featureless desert with an antenna tower every 5km or so and maybe a couple of slowly moving camels.
It's a whole other side to Kuwait that a lot of people miss sitting at Shakeshack in Avenues Mall. I'm very grateful to a couple of friends I have here for encouraging me to get out and it's nice now to pass on the same knowledge and skills to others.