Holiday Inn Kuwait
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... sunny and warm. As we sat I looked over my shoulder at the sky and saw what I thought were clouds rolling in. We commented on the change in temperature and the wind blowing up. Just then our bus pulled up and as we boarded we thought we had beaten the rain but it turned out it was a sandstorm that blew in. Within a minute the buildings around us were hidden from view and people were running for cover. Good timing bus driver! The airport was even closed for ...
... beaten the weather
The earth itself
Is our thing
We are not Locke's fearful beggars
Stumbling through a Nature
Whose primary response is to try to kill us
Our lives are not solitary
Poor, brutish or short
Thanks to oil
Thanks to Arabia
The life of a * poorest of us lead
The 1000 construction workers
In creating Qatar's world cup fantasy
... I do know, though, that there was one in Lebanon during the 1975-1990 civil war. Its causes are explained succinctly in this <2 minute video:
- Structure of government
- Rise of militias
- Changing demographics
- Identity in a polarised world
... them would be Indians - but if you saw two young men holding hands in Australia that's an automatic gay. If you want to preserve your man points, you don't touch a man's hand unless it's his right hand and it's a particular type of touching called a handshake. More of a grip really. A manly grip. A brief manly grip.
For some reason I brought my utilikilt to Kuwait. Mainly because I didn't bring it to Cambodia and there were a ...
... then I get slightly embarrassed for even thinking about it. My life is nothing like what you see on bookshelves. So why choose the above title? Shouldn't I be scurrying along with my average anonymous little life?
It was June the 10th, 2011. I was trying to be better than others, as usual. One day, I won't be, and I'll be ok with not being. This hasn't happened in the past 29 years though. Anyway back to my autobiography. We were walking. It was a ...