Travel Blogs from Kuwait City
... I do know, though, that there was one in Lebanon during the 1975-1990 civil war. Its causes are explained succinctly in this <2 minute video:
- Structure of government
- Rise of militias
- Changing demographics
- Identity in a polarised world
... it on to those interested. I offer the races as an accompaniment to your other activities with whatever club you are a part of.
It is not sponsored. There is no entry fee. There is no prize money. It is the first racing I have ever organised. I mean it when I say 'casual'. One might more accurately think of it as a casual ride ...
... puffy pita bread type bread. One has falaffel stuff in it with goats cheese the other one I'm not sure of as I haven't eaten it yet :-)
Whilst on the whole my work is worthwhile and rewarding... on my more tired/grumpy days I'm sick of feeling a bit racist all the time. I know Australians have a reputation for being racists but I don't mean it like that.
My other one is a cheese and egg toasty mmm ...
Not much happened today but there were a few amusing things that happened that I will share with you. While eating lunch a small dog , I like to call him Bob, came and sat next to Harry. The Owner of the restaurant tried to chase him off but Bob was having non of it. He walked around a bit and Charlie kept her eye on him. She didnt like Bob but Bob liked her.... he sat next to her and under her chair while she was eating... not a happy Charlie. ...
... thanked the man, only wishing the last part had been true.
I set off once more along the corniche, this time armed with a spicy chicken sandwich and no mayonnaise. Eventually I arrived at a large building on the seafront which turned out to contain a sprawling fish market. Every kind of fish imaginable was laid out for customers to haggle over. Sharks, rays, parrot fish and long silver things called belt fish were among the items on offer, and men armed with knives and ...