Plaza Athenee Hotel
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... to look like a unit and showed good awareness of each other on the last southward edge into the wind maintaining a steady 30km/h. Turned out we must have done all right because we ended up 3rd! Was a great way to get back into proper cycling and racing in Kuwait.
The North Face Challenge
Life is just better when you take the initiative. Through setting up Mutla Ridge Racers I met someone who was planning to do ...
... Do we really want to run a society which is on the wrong side of fitness when it comes to consuming one of the planet's oldest drugs? Do we want to suffer the embarrassment of managing its consumption so appallingly badly that it is almost routine that deaths amongst youth occur during national celebrations about something which is supposed to be filled with joy ...
... long as it doesn't sound like I'm trying to talk about 'the vibe of the thing' ;-)
Although one thing that's obvious is that these quotes relate to repairing the economy of a state of gargantuan size and inertia compared to the minnow that is Lebanon. So the question then here might be, does Lebanon need its own version of Chauncey the Gardener? Where might such a person come from? What ...
... and cheered to show her we thought she was all right. It was really nice to see such a display of warmth and humanity from Kuwaitis since I rarely see that in my day to day life here, especially on the roads and in their treatment of eastern expats. I guess it showed me that there are other types of Kuwaitis here and it would be good to meet and mix with more of them.
Anyway, back to the issue of human ...
... in Cambodia, a moto ride with 3 others from Phnom Penh to Sen Monorom in Mondulkiri Province on the Vietnam border. This was through monsoonal rain where we lost one rider for about 45 minutes in the dark, feeling there was next to no chance of finding him again in the night and driving rain... especially if he had fallen off in a ditch, something quite probable given the extremely poor visibility. This was a similarly ...