Gulf Continental

Address: 21047 Safat P.O. Box 21047, Kuwait City, Kuwait | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 21047 Safat P.O. Box 21047, Kuwait City, is near Church of the Nativity, The Scientific Center, Beit Guvrin National Park, and Wadi Qelt.
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Travel Blogs from Kuwait City

Chance the Gardener on Lebanon

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jan 04, 2014


... the last civil war's causes, dealing with the refugees in a coordinated, humane manner which respects the rights of Lebanon at the same time appears urgent. It's a pity then that about a quarter of the refugees (250,000 or so) are estimated as being unregistered, and the level of organisation in dealing with them pales in comparison to Turkey and Jordan. Results of a weak government I guess.

Mutla Ridge Races 1 and 2 Invitation

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Dec 11, 2013

12 photos

... the bottom of the ridge. Note there is a tough climb at the start but it is short. You may have to get off and walk portions if you are unfit. This is the 20km track I recorded on the DBCK ride I lead. We will not follow this route exactly, we will skip the wiggly bits along the ridge edge, as shown in the first map.

In more detail, ...

The Grand Tour of Kuwait, Iraq Border

A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jun 08, 2013

16 photos

... 4WD, which meant we were invincible.

So what was the big deal? Things were fairly tame for the first half hour as we wound through the roads between hedged paddocks and fairly dreary farm buildings. We did come across a fire station, which I dutifully recorded a waypoint of for updating OpenStreetMap, and a few brave looking old trucks. Then we came out the southern end of it and were presented with a road in dim ...

Kuwait, Can't wait!

A travel blog entry by victoriajayne on Feb 15, 2013

18 photos

... played volleyball, swingball, frisbee, american football, sandcastles, and getting burnt!

Uncle Joe was definitely the favourite of the day :D
We ended the day by all having pizza and chicken, washed down with some lunar-shine.

The next day we left our lovely little family behind so they could get ready for the week ahead, with the girls holding onto Uncle Joe as he carried ...

Patience is a virtue

A travel blog entry by emz99 on May 07, 2012

... and relatively laid back in their way of working causing the expats to work harder to get the job done.

Work isn't the only place where we experience these kind of behaviors. The "Men from the Ministry" (a light hearted reference to the BBC radio sitcom from the 1960's) are possibly worse. These locals enjoy shorter working hours and financial payments annually not to be beaten in (I'm sure) any other country in the world.

If we ...