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... year, I got a tough group of kids this time around. They had virtually no structure last year and so behavior management has been the main (and sometimes only) focus for my classroom. Fortunately I've got skills in this department so the girls are settling in (finally!) and I can somewhat do my job. I'm actually getting to enjoy my kids now and that's a major relief.
I've taken some side tutoring jobs in some palaces - yes, that's what I meant to say - and although ...
Kuwait is browner and older, as in 1980's older, then I anticipated.
Everything is also just a tiny bit messed up. The buildings are in need of repair and even if they are new, the finish work leaves much to be desired. Everything just reminds me of DIY projects gone wrong; until you get to the Ikea in the mall. Then it's primary colors galore with clean ...
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2) je gaat naar een counter genaamd "express service" om een copie van je paspoort te laten nemen
3) je vult een formulier in voor je aanvraag
4) je koopt 3 tax-zegels aan een automaat
5) voor die tax-zegels heb je drie biljetten van 1 dinar nodig, er staat een ATM een beetje verder om geld af te halen
6) de ATM geeft enkel biljetten van 10 dinar dus moet je even langs de bank verderop om ...
... the time I got to Kuwait, my back was killing me! Ugh...! Oh, and did I mention that this is a dry airline? So I didn't even get a glass of wine with dinner which, was actually somewhat grease-laden.
When we landed at 4 in the afternoon, the outside temperature was 45C... I was met by some people from the dental school, and a driver took me to the hotel along with 2 other fellows who had arrived on the same ...
I'm amazed by the somewhat Jekyll and Hyde transformation that I see in the Arabs between their everyday persona and that which we experience once they get behind the wheel of a car.
Everyday I experience the frustrations that many expats experience as we maneuver our way around the pitfalls of the "lazy" Kuwaiti in our everyday lives. This of course does not apply to every Kuwaiti but I'm not wrong in assuming it is a fair majority. Caused ...