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... 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 ...
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The 2013/14 new year celebrations were marred by deaths of some young Australian men. They died due to being hit by other ...
... Mr. President, is
that we welcome the inevitable
seasons of nature, yet we are upset
by the seasons of our economy.
Yes. That is correct.
...Well, Mr. Gardiner, I must
admit, that is one of the most
refreshing and optimistic
statements I've heard in a very,
very long time.
The President puts ...
Last week I suffered the embarrassment of finding myself living in a country that is the butt of a Jimmy Fallon joke. Kuwait and a few other Gulf countries are trying to develop a scientific gaydar. They don't want gays here. This is an interesting development and I have a couple of stories to tell from my outsider's perspective of an expat.
When I first arrived in Kuwait I saw lots of local men wearing what are known as dresses where I ...
... the clouds of sand, not a soul in sight. I was reassured by 6 things. We had about 10L of water. Henry's phone was working well as a GPS. The road was tarmac. We had airconditioning. We had a full tank of fuel. It wasn't that far back to civilisation. What I hadn't taken into account was how quickly one feels completely isolated, small and vulnerable in the middle of a sand storm in the desert of a foreign country when you ...