Hawthorn Hotel & Suites Hawally Kuwait
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... scores of serious abuses, and the fact that these are poor, corrupt countries banning their citizens coming here makes the message even stronger that there is something wrong about how maids are treated in the Gulf. The latest map also shows that two of the largest sources of workers, India and the Philippines, may no longer be sending their citizens here. I kept the map general, simply saying it's to 'a gulf country', but in this case it's ...
... br> Stopping off at the North and South Piers
On a journey of replenishment
So Americans can do their road trips
Greeks can ride their ferries
Australians their mining trucks
And so Malaysians can fly
So we can all live this modern life of
Annihilation of the ancient challenges of survival
This oh so satisfying existence want of want
Where the Arabia I know
Is no sweat in summer ...
... which isn't done anyway as they use robotic(!) jockeys) ... I mean we joined the spectators racing along next to the camel race in their cars!!! What a fantastically Kuwaiti thing to do. It was a real jostle. The crowd of cars going along was about 30 strong and they got in very tight together, jockeying for position to stay near the front but not get ahead. Luckily camels are slow. I'm glad I had a couple of friends with me so we ...
... I am not special. I do not stand out from the crowd, I am a part of it. I can't stand out, because I'm not gifted like some are, through a wonderful freak of biology, with something extraordinary.
So why go to all this trouble to write down the obvious? Yes, there is a reason for this. I used to think I was special. What I know now is that I confronted special circumstances that made me try particularly hard and ...
... merely seeking to amplify the existing leadership and control that people display. Better than rolling in with a massive foreigner-based campaign, dazzling everyone with showers of money and equipment (but not necessarily training and knowledge transfer) briefly and then leaving.
I also really appreciated how simple but powerful the aim of her organisation is. Literacy means that knowledge is much easier to ...