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... Now we were sitting and having coffee with someone who was clearly ready to spend as much time as we would give him. The conversation we had with this man is what we will remember most of our trip to Kuwait. He was charming, entertaining and seemed genuinely interested in speaking with people from other countries. Now all we had to do was beg forgiveness from the front desk so we could access our room and get our bags.
... 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 ...
Gardiner? Are we finished? Or do
you think we can stimulate growth
through temporary incentives?
As long as the roots are not
severed, all is well and all will
be well in the garden.
... In the garden?
That is correct. In a garden,
growth has its season. There is
... and cheered to show her we thought she was all right. It was really nice to see such a display of warmth and humanity from Kuwaitis since I rarely see that in my day to day life here, especially on the roads and in their treatment of eastern expats. I guess it showed me that there are other types of Kuwaitis here and it would be good to meet and mix with more of them.
Anyway, back to the issue of human ...
... strong, hot wind carrying so much sand visibility was in sections down to perhaps 15m. I became aware of how I knew nothing about the limitations of the car and was blindly trusting it would just drive through the toughest conditions I'd ever been in, air conditioning offering us a quiet delusion.
We stopped once for a leak. The wind and heat were palpable. It was necessary to stand on the leaward side for ...