Travel Blogs from Kuwait City
... br> Door in the morning at 625am
My final unmutable alarm
Next the ding of the lift
To convey you
And your noisy roller bag
I have developed something of an
Envy of your routine
The regularity indicating
A man superior
To my morning groaning flurry
Of misapplied clothes
Not even attempted
Wilfred Waters 2014
... cigarette, rises.
... Many of us forget that nature
and society are one! Yes, though we
have tried to cut ourselves off
from nature, we are still a part of
it! Like nature, our economic
system remains, in the long run,
stable and rational. And that is
why we must not fear to be at its
(he smiles at Chance, who
... of statements, but the fact that I was not at home but in a conservative Muslim country like Kuwait gave me pause.
This was a humbling moment. I've long been proud of my capacity for nonconformity. Wearing my kilt has been like my biggest, easiest most impressive way to display this. Now I had to deal with the fact that I was going to have to admit defeat. I had to admit that actually I did like my job and the international career I was ...
... the boat was a fairly simple little 18 footer. It had a main sail and a jib. We thought of putting the spinaker up but the captain wasn't very familiar with it and the wind didn't really warrant it anyway. We went for about 4 hours and got becalmed about 3nm off shore, it took about 20 minutes to essentially drift with the odd whisper ...
... packing and then Joe and me hopped in a taxi and headed straight to the airport.
We flew via a plane change in Bahrain and landed safely in Kuwait where we were met by Joe's friend C who had very kindly offered to come and pick us up.
After chattings and a well deserved cup of tea it was time for sleeping, as we were assured that the two girls would be waking us up at the crack of ...