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I am a regular Joe. I don't sing in a famous band. I am not a football star. I do not have a million dollar business I built up myself through cunning and determination. I am not a brilliant researcher with multiple publications to my name and a professorship at a reputable institution in my field. I don't even own my own car. Strangers don't know my name unless I tell them. Most of them, come to think of it, don't particularly ...
... indulge in intense smells and trashed lands .
the locals seem to love throwing trash outside of their car windows on count of how little they pay their indian workers to clean the streets daily .the sand storms blows the trash around so the fishy smell can circulate while you sip your coffee outside of starbucks .during a sandstorm the best way not to be effected is to stay indoors to avoid the sand blinding your path ...
... about 100m to the furthermost buoy. Then once we turn around and had the wind behind us I thought we'd get going again but it still took ages to get moving again. Once closer to shore the wind was stronger and we ripped along when the route was parallel to the beach, I even turned around and dangled my legs over the side whilst we ...
... Kuwait University is bound to use the state-owned and operated airline, Kuwait Airways. Kuwait Airways has been around since 1954 (although apparently, they have only ever made a profit 1 of those years...). And, the airline is known for 2 things: lost luggage and flight delays... During the first Gulf War, their fleet was apparently decimated (not good). Currently, the airline operates mainly ex-Air France ...
... of it that was almost dead and had some really high end shops. The old water towers are the other famous landmark in Kuwait and they are also no longer used for water purposes. I took a taxi from here to a shopping area called Salmiya and walked another few hours along the water. The waterfront is really nice. I thought I would be able to see Iran from here as it is on the other side of the Persian Gulf, but it is ...