Crowne Plaza Kuwait City
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... happened to be prayer time as we walked in which meant many of the vendors covered their displays and left.
A dhow is a traditional Kuwaiti fishing vessel (originally used for pearling before the advent of cultured pearls) that generally has two or three masts and a long forward overhang. Local fishermen still use dhows and moor them in the Dhow Harbour. They park so close together in the harbour they actually touch on both sides.
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
... the beautiful Lebanon Mountain Trail. I met a lot of wonderful people on this walk and simultaneously undid a lot of the stress I felt from working in Kuwait. So, despite all of its faults and the pathetically weak government, I love Lebanon. Still, it probably seems a bit presumptuous what I'm about to do.
I think that a couple of sections of dialogue from Being There apply to the strife that ...
... experts seriously if they ignore the exhaust smoke cloud we never escape? That babies inhale from their first gasp, the elderly exhale in their last breath?
Karl didn't want to quit. What hypocrisy. What an honour, a display of valliance, to smoke from the first thing every day to show the world with what narrow minded conformists it is filled. Karl dragged with determination, with spirit. He sucked like it was an inspiration. It ...
... a different road back to the city, along the border east and down through farmland, then back along the southeastern side of Mutla Ridge. On the way up we had agreed not to do this on account of the harsh conditions. Of course this agreement was broken though also on account of the harsh conditions. An adventure was presenting itself and it would not be acceptable as men to return without taking it on. Also because we were ...