Le Royal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... a ballroom, gift shops and observation areas. The middle tower is a water tower and the small tower supplies electricity to the towers and parts of Kuwait. They are quite a beautiful sight when the sun shines on them. We were unable to tour them as they have been closed since 2012 for maintenance.
There is a Grand Mosque of Kuwait of course. It looked so unremarkable we didn't even photograph it from the outside. After the splendor of the ...
... simple, 4 laps of the circuit and we had to be careful as it was a bit wet - although having some rain showers kept the temperature down which was good. Predictably, we buried it on the first two laps and had to work out some issues with sticking together. By the third lap we were a bit exhausted and let up the pace a bit. But we were starting to get a sense for how we each rode and began to ride as a team. By the fourth lap we ...
... than my desire to display irreverence. In a detestful tone I told the taxi driver to take me back home, I changed and we retraced our route back to the restaurant, me walking in nearly an hour late to lunch. How did it go? Well, we had something to talk about at least.
I guess all of this begs the question: what would happen if I fronted up to immigration at Kuwait airport in my kilt? Would their evidence based gaydar return a false ...
... then I get slightly embarrassed for even thinking about it. My life is nothing like what you see on bookshelves. So why choose the above title? Shouldn't I be scurrying along with my average anonymous little life?
It was June the 10th, 2011. I was trying to be better than others, as usual. One day, I won't be, and I'll be ok with not being. This hasn't happened in the past 29 years though. Anyway back to my autobiography. We were walking. It was a ...
... even more work after actual work, it gives me a nice break from the stress of my regular class. The girls I tutor are so sweet and compliant and their families are wonderful, too. Being gone for nearly 13 hours a day is exhausting but it keeps me occupied so I'm a little less aware of the boredom that might otherwise encompass me.
Despite the downsides and dreariness of day-to-day life, there are, in fact, some benefits to being here... For example, what other ...