Moevenpick Hotel Kuwait
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... are organising some races. Because I was getting sick of not competing in cycling here I started the Mutla Ridge Racers Facebook group and we did 4 or 5 rides in the lead up to the North Face Challenge. But they were nothing like the team time trial BIKE arranged a couple of weeks ago.
The team time trial was a simple rectangular circuit around the soon to be dismantled new(!) Al Jaber stadium on the 6th Ring Road. Yes, ...
... horror stories, no alcohol driven violence, let alone deaths, were reported in Kuwait for the corresponding period. What is going on in the 'Lucky Country'? The land of sunshine, happiness and general modernity in all forms that is supposed to be Australia? What is this but a straightforward expression of backwardness and savageness? How can I expect others to view me ...
... taking guidance from a gardener who effortlessly, unknowingly, dispenses an efficient economic policy message through his infinitely precious, small and pure world of tending a suburban garden. Next up, the President's speech:
... And there are so many of you
that have proclaimed that we are on
the brink of the worst financial
crisis in this nation's ...
... merely seeking to amplify the existing leadership and control that people display. Better than rolling in with a massive foreigner-based campaign, dazzling everyone with showers of money and equipment (but not necessarily training and knowledge transfer) briefly and then leaving.
I also really appreciated how simple but powerful the aim of her organisation is. Literacy means that knowledge is much easier to ...
... rehabilitation project in a region I'd never visited before. I was sold on it so hard I couldn't negotiate properly. It finally felt like everything had fallen into place. I'd always wanted to use my mapping skills for environmental rehabilitation or monitoring work ... finally it was happening. Oh, and status. Money, not so much. GIS pays surprisingly well at a small oil exploration company in Australia. Very well.
IF IT WERE ...