Travel Blogs from Kuwait City
I came to Kuwait to visit a long-distance friend that I'd only met once in person. We often spoke online and one day I decide that before my trip to Asia, I would stop by to visit. It was an interesting visit. The culture is definitely different and it taught me to learn to be humble, thoughtful, and aware all at the same time. It was a 3-day ...
... cigarette, rises.
... Many of us forget that nature
and society are one! Yes, though we
have tried to cut ourselves off
from nature, we are still a part of
it! Like nature, our economic
system remains, in the long run,
stable and rational. And that is
why we must not fear to be at its
(he smiles at Chance, who
... 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, ...
... 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 ...
... the only person from my company that had not been medically clear, there were at least 50 other people waiting for clearance and still had to go through some tests. We waited.
At 7:15, I got a phone call from an odd area code. I answered it. It was the doctor, to ask a few questions. After answering, she said, "Ok. I am going to clear you". I was ecstatic.
I had to wait for my medical records. About 11, I was finally able to eat. Off I went to the All Ranks Club to ...