Radisson Blu Hotel, Kuwait
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
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This past weekend we traveled to Kuwait City for a whirlwind tour. Because I am cautious by nature, I checked the Travel Canada website for travel notifications before we left. Gotta stop doing that. The website did give advice on local customs that I happened to glance at, however. More on that later.
Our approach to touring Kuwait City …
... Face Challenge. He was I think quite keen about the group because it was a nice way for him to get in some training for the event, which had a cycling leg on Mutla Ridge. We ended up making this the route for most of the rides we did. Through his encouragement I signed up for the Challenge too, and it certainly lived up to its name!!! I've never really done one of these things before but had heard of such events back home, like ...
... like the new year?
In Kuwait, alcohol is banned. Another thing we Australians do routinely is consider ourselves as having a better, more fun culture than theirs. Would Kuwaitis disagree? I should ask them. What I can say though is I'm glad I've stopped drinking every weekend since coming here. If I were to make it, I believe this would increase the validity ...
... message, tailored more specifically to Lebanon's woes, be? I have no idea on the latter, but on the former I think there are plenty of simple, earnest, honest, authentic and level headed folk along the Lebanon Mountain Trail from the top to the bottom of this beautiful country who could fill his shoes with aplomb.
It's time to walk the whole Trail and find this person. And does it just have to be one?
... when Al Zain (I hope that's actually her normal name!) came up and started reading her speech for her I was ****** off because it looked like she was taking over and I even wondered if there was some sort of psychological/role playing thing happening where this Gambian woman was sticking to her 'role' of always being helped by a benefactor.
This is a bit negative (I would have struggled with nerves too) ...