Moevenpick Hotel Kuwait
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... through the lobby of our hotel, a local man about our age nodded to us as we passed. Of course we waved back. He then waved us to come closer, so we did. We all introduced ourselves and he invited us to sit with him and have coffee or tea. If I hadn't read that travel tip I would have politely declined, as we were on a timeline to get our bags from our room and check out on time (the hotel already said we couldn't get an extension as the room was ...
... via a bullet, with the centre of the target. For a few moments in that generally terrifying experience I had the pleasing sense of controlling a weapon. Something that flashed across my mind about cowboys though was that it would be terribly tiring in a fight because it's so heavy and the recoil is so shocking and powerful that you wouldn't have a chance of getting your aim right. I guess I need to do a few more North Face Challenges.
... message, tailored more specifically to Lebanon's woes, be? I have no idea on the latter, but on the former I think there are plenty of simple, earnest, honest, authentic and level headed folk along the Lebanon Mountain Trail from the top to the bottom of this beautiful country who could fill his shoes with aplomb.
It's time to walk the whole Trail and find this person. And does it just have to be one?
... handle. I wanted to be wealthy and respected. I felt neither when deciding what to study at university. What I never acknowledged though was the non financial riches that my uncle enjoys every day in his art studio. Very few people can display the skill of drawing a glistening artwork out of a fire. Very few people can enjoy a feeling of recognition in their community like he does. Will I ever come to value these riches as much as the financial ones I currently enjoy?
... the lazy:
If Cambodia were your home instead of Kuwait you would...
A) have 6.1 times higher chance of dying in infancy
B) consume 99.77% less oil
C) use 99.4% less electricity
D) make 96.49% less money
E) die 15.37 years sooner
F) be 8 times more likely to have HIV/AIDS
G) have 59.09% more chance of being unemployed
H) spend 89.96% less money on health care
I) have 19.09% more babies