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Travel Blogs from Kuwait City
... br> Door in the morning at 625am
My final unmutable alarm
Next the ding of the lift
To convey you
And your noisy roller bag
I have developed something of an
Envy of your routine
The regularity indicating
A man superior
To my morning groaning flurry
Of misapplied clothes
Not even attempted
Wilfred Waters 2014
... long as it doesn't sound like I'm trying to talk about 'the vibe of the thing' ;-)
Although one thing that's obvious is that these quotes relate to repairing the economy of a state of gargantuan size and inertia compared to the minnow that is Lebanon. So the question then here might be, does Lebanon need its own version of Chauncey the Gardener? Where might such a person come from? What ...
... a glass sculptor makes their clay, stone and bronzework counterparts look like whimps, painters like timid, mute ghosts.
They get to break the glass. It gets cracked, gently, off the end of the rod. This is done with water. Rotating the rod, you chill ...
... interesting than just walking around a mall. I had secretly been thinking it would be cool to maybe drive all the way to the Iraq border in the northeast but then I chickened out after about 20km and doubled back to go to the mall. This Saturday I may make a dash for the border on Highway 80 as that's the one the Iraqi army retreated on when the allied forces were bombing them... Perhaps I can spot a tank carcass or two.
I am no stranger to excess luggage or carrying way too many things. However, it seems different with 60lbs of issued military equipment on my back and 55lbs of personal stuff on my front. Good thing I bought a luggage cart the other day.
Friday started off sad.
Because of the UA issue, my coordinator told me I probably wouldn't be deploying until next week. I packed anyway and put my luggage in my designated building, then went to the community building to wait. Although ...