Holiday Inn Kuwait Downtown
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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... wasn't terribly bad but definitely quickly weeded out the unfit ones like me. Anyway, as they say this was a challenge not a race and I'm glad I did it even though I had to walk some sections. I'm glad I've been involved in races before and plenty of long bike rides so I used this experience to manage the urge to burn all my energy at the start by going fast.
The most memorable bit really was the obstacle course. This started ...
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... We learnt on returning to Phnom Penh that they had just killed a 14 year old girl. They all looked pretty relaxed about it.
I remember the girl I brought along describing it as not being the vacation she had been expecting. Her expectation that the word vacation should apply at all to what we had planned was enough for me to feel satisfied that I had exposed her to some manliness.
I digress. We ...
... Hopefully won't be a repeat of my first ride in Cambodia where I crashed and ended up with stitches...
On the whole I'm very happy to be here and working on a large scale envt rehab project with a high profile company and lots of other smart ambitious people. Honestly though Kuwait is an ugly place. I'm working in a dusty industrial area and the facility is very much a site office, making even the dowdy 80s decor of my previous ...
... put me up for a few nights in Kuwait. Since I'd never been to the middle east before, I thought this would be fun! Honestly, though, I thought it would be fun to be able to book a business class seat on an Emirates A380 from Toronto... In my research, this is a pretty easy set of flights; Toronto to Dubai nonstop on the upper deck of an A380, and then Dubai to Kuwait. Glorious! Regrettably, as a state-owned and ...