Movenpick Hotel Kuwait
Travel Blogs from Kuwait City
An epistle poem about the unknown neighbour
Having successfully avoided you this past 10 months
I cannot address this letter correctly
You are next door though,
So delivery would be easy
In fact I'm not sure if you have been here that long
My lack of interactions with you
A study in aloofness
I guiltily, occasionally, wonder
My awareness of you consists
Of the sound of you ...
... 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 ...
... programs. This woman was taking charge of change. And I really liked how this was recognised and encouraged by Kuwaitis. The Q8 Bookstore is partnering with her organisation to deliver books and support, a great reason to visit it.
This approach of setting up partnership with local non-government-organisations reminds me of Engineers Without Borders Australia. They also seek to support existing, ...
... heeled over like you see crews doing on TV! There were six other boats, all small-medium yachts. There were three that went pretty quick and were taking the racing more seriously ... we were fourth, two pulled out as they got sick of being becalmed. It's a really active club and I'll be going back :-)
I also finally made it to ...
... and being licked to death by the dog.
We then all piled in the car and headed to the local beach. It's so nice to have a good stretch of beach that isn't owned by a hotel chain that charge an arm and a leg for you to use it.
We spent all day there, playing with the girls and some other children that arrived with their parents to visit Joe.
I think we rock pooled (and found sea slugs and ...