Radisson Blu Hotel, Kuwait
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... a glass sculptor makes their clay, stone and bronzework counterparts look like whimps, painters like timid, mute ghosts.
They get to break the glass. It gets cracked, gently, off the end of the rod. This is done with water. Rotating the rod, you chill ...
We were at checkpoint 5 or so. It was dinner time. I had blisters. I wasn't crazy with pain, just aware of the start of something. Got taped up and on we went.
We were going up a hill. It was dark, maybe 11.30pm. The wind suddenly picked up and blew the trees like they were grass. It whistled up the valley, pushing like a wave. We were there, in the dark, walking as a team. Silent, together. The walk had begun.