Ramada Kuwait

Address: P.O.Box 1332 Ardiyah , Kuwait City, 92400, Kuwait | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the La Defense/Business District area of Kuwait City, is near Church of the Nativity, The Scientific Center, Beit Guvrin National Park, and Wadi Qelt.
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    Travel Blogs from Kuwait City

    Camel and Bike Race, Gun Range, Nth Face Challenge

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jan 25, 2014

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    ... and the Kokoda Challenge. I guess the most extreme physical event I've ever done is the Oxfam Trailwalker Brisbane, 100km in 48hrs which I wrote about here.

    So what was the Challenge? It was nearly 15km of running, 12km of mountain biking and an obstacle course to try to kill you off if you survived everything beforehand. Making it particularly tough was the wind and sand picked up by it and blasted over participants' ...

    Deaths Due to Alcohol Driven Violence in Australia

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jan 17, 2014

    ... claiming to be a civilised person. I stop short of issuing a general positive assessment of Kuwaiti society - all societies have their shortcomings. Kuwaitis should be happy though that their young males don't suffer the possibility of being killed by some drunken man out to drop people with one punch because his culture has somehow delivered to him the message that this is ok.
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    Over the Persian Gulf to a flat void

    A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Oct 30, 2013

    10 photos

    If there is a positive note to Oman, it's the friendliness of the people and their competence at the airport. Compared to the hassle and archaic nature of the airports this one was expensive but a breeze to tackle. Again, fortunately, handling wasn't mandatory but it was a straightforward process to ensure our flight plan was filed, our bills were paid, and our precious avgas could be tanked. This was helpful because I'd be lying if I said the all-you-can drink wine buffet ...

    Reflections on Aid/Development Organisations

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Sep 28, 2013

    ... the broader point that here was a person displaying a great deal of human agency. She had taken on the challenge and responsibility of increasing literacy in her community. She wasn't the mere recipient of aid, of some fly-in-fly-out expat volunteers coming to do good for a little while then leaving. She had put the effort in to get the funding, the books and build local community spirit around setting up libraries ...

    Kuwait Writers Club

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on May 18, 2013

    ... We'd seen a guy collapsed on the nasty hill up to checkpoint 2, another nearby throwing up. We'd crossed creeks and taken The Team Photo By The Significant Location Along The Way. I'd even proven my superiority already in finding that my work colleagues in another team were hours behind.

    Then I discovered that I hadn't followed the instructions about socks. Actually I knew the instructions, and ignored them like the advice to bring a thermal blanket. ...