Movenpick Hotel Kuwait
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Now that I have lived as an expat for a total of 1 year 8 months in two countries (Cambodia and Kuwait), it's time to reflect on the country I come from. Part 1 of this two part series is about the genocide of Australian Aboriginals. Part 2 will be about alcohol driven violence amongst Australia's youth, the cause of a few deaths during 2013/14 new year celebrations. The main form of research I did for Part 1 was to watch John Pilger's ...
... net. There are some really great online GIS projects that have been rolled out in Kuwait. Another one is the Public Authority for Civil Information's webmap of house numbers, they have an associated mobile app called Kuwait Finder. We talked about this at the meetup too, it was made by OpenWare who also have the contract for GIS support at the KOC - perhaps we can get someone involved ...
... petrol and then thought I could find my way through some back streets. My car actually has a compass in it but it wasn't calibrated (I fixed it later on that day by driving around a roundabout repeatedly) and I forgot to bring my wrist compass, so I lost my bearings pretty quickly.
Anyway, in finding the holiday inn I was able to plan my reroute... I decided instead to continue along the coastal road anyway as that ...
... Hopefully won't be a repeat of my first ride in Cambodia where I crashed and ended up with stitches...
On the whole I'm very happy to be here and working on a large scale envt rehab project with a high profile company and lots of other smart ambitious people. Honestly though Kuwait is an ugly place. I'm working in a dusty industrial area and the facility is very much a site office, making even the dowdy 80s decor of my previous ...
... read until its too
late and you miss the entrance. The roadsigns are straight to
the point, (my favourite include 'Speed = Death' & 'Be Aware of
Drugs'). However learning to drive here has allowed me to experience
all sorts of new and exciting everyday activities. I mean how else
would I have visited an abandoned village by the border of Iraq bombed
in the ...