Marina Hotel Kuwait
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... br> When I find myself
About to say something
Then realise it's better not to say
Bob, I am grateful for your
Three letter name
It's another reminder of home
Of a world predictable
Of a life I had
And if I'm honest want to have again
Of a place I fear I am
Transforming away from
For the respite from peer pressured alcoholism
I am though grateful
Wilfred Waters ...
... sprint finish on the road. AFTER THE END OF THE RACE, participants will then take their time gently riding back down the road to the concrete watch tower at the bottom.
How the winner will be determined
- Race 1
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