JW Marriott Hotel Kuwait
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... some video as I had to watch where I was driving. I'm glad I'd put in a few months of training on Highway 30/Fahaheel Expressway beforehand otherwise I wouldn't have had the balls to join in.
Anyway, it was a great day out and quite interesting to see how a race like this was managed given the jockeys were radio controlled little whipping machines which even had speakers on them through which the driver in the car could whisper ...
Now that I have lived as an expat for a total of 1 year 8 months in two countries (Cambodia and Kuwait), it's time to reflect on the country I come from. Part 1 of this two part series was about the genocide of Australian Aboriginals. Part 2 is about alcohol driven violence among Australia's youth, the cause of a few deaths during 2013/14 new year celebrations.
... summer, but there is
also fall and winter. And then
spring and summer again...
(staring at Chance)
... Spring and summer...
Yes, I see... Fall and winter.
(smiles at Chance)
Could you go through that one more
time, please, Mr. Gardiner?
I think what my most insightful
... when Al Zain (I hope that's actually her normal name!) came up and started reading her speech for her I was ****** off because it looked like she was taking over and I even wondered if there was some sort of psychological/role playing thing happening where this Gambian woman was sticking to her 'role' of always being helped by a benefactor.
This is a bit negative (I would have struggled with nerves too) ...
... was necessary to get back inside straight away, the brief exposure offering a sense of total helplessness and a frank prompt that this was stupidity.
Nevertheless, as men we had to continue now that we had started, despite three clear signals not to in the form of vehicles we came across ... all going in the other direction and none encountered going where we were. The extremeness of the conditions reminded me of ...