Moevenpick Hotel & Resort Al Bida'a Kuwait
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... attend and combined it with a Pluma Literary Migrant Writers Guild happening too, a club I'm a member of. A maid from this writing club is a member and she was allowed by her owner to come to our event and read a poem! This is another example of positive treatment of maids in Kuwait. Anyway, it's empowering to go from a map of individual reports to one about whole countries banning their citizens coming to this region. The latter map implies there ...
A piece for the Kuwait Writing Club.
David paused. James had just asked him if he wanted to go fishing Saturday afternoon, a regular thing they'd been doing for a few years. David realized he was going to have to tell James at one point or another that he had found a new girl. He'd known James since they kept tadpoles as pets. Since their mothers arranged birthdays for all the neighbourhood kids and the present of their dreams was a caterpillar tracked remote controlled car ...
... tower. DUE TO DANGER FROM CARS, DO NOT RIDE ACROSS THE ROAD AT THE END OF THE RACE. I am not organising a person to watch this line or wield a timer. I am trusting participants to acknowledge the winner amongst themselves if it really comes down to the line. If it is too close to call, it is too close to call :-) I will draw a finish line in the sand ...
... of their own lives.
It's my impression that a lot of religious aid agencies and the foreign aid given by governments (often, it seems, as an aid simultaneously to that government's own foreign policy) don't give due recognition to the human agency of beneficiaries. I think especially the religious ones are looking for those with low agency as that's a form of vulnerability and so they are easy ...
... his studio. This is not like any other studio I have seen. It had what I can only describe as a glass studio smell. Slightly acrid. But clean. The place always had a sense of calm. Three or four rooms. Bigger than any other studio I've been in, come to think of it. Electric and gas kilns. Within these fire, intense heat. A sense of danger narrowly avoided whenever I walked into the main kiln room and saw its large lid hanging heavily. Perhaps some ...