Ritz Salmiya

Address: Qatar Street, Salmiyah, 15463, Kuwait | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on Qatar Street, Salmiyah, is near Church of the Nativity, The Scientific Center, Beit Guvrin National Park, and Wadi Qelt.
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      Travel Blogs from Salmiyah

      But Daddy, I Love Him

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Dec 14, 2013

      2 comments

      ... be capable of 80km/h. They had played under 12, then under 16, then senior cricket for their hometown together, David batting 5th and a fairly average fielder, James a wicketkeeper who batted third, on after the first wicket. They had fought over a simultaneous crush as 10 year olds, their friendship untouched only because both were rejected. Fishing was the salve of their souls, the centre of the week even though it was on a weekend. It didn't need to be a huge adventure, it just ...

      Mutla Ridge Races 1 and 2 Invitation

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Dec 11, 2013

      12 photos

      ... gap between the berms just before the parking area. You will be shown it before we start the race.

      • Race 2
      Same deal, except the finish line will be marked at the top at 29.42521,47.685961 long. THERE WILL BE NO ACTUAL RACING ON THE ROAD IN RACE 2. Safety first, this is mountain biking after all ;-)

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      Reflections on Aid/Development Organisations

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Sep 28, 2013

      ... It also means it's easier for the organisation and its workers to look good in the eyes of their god and peers and so gain heaven credit points. The same goes for foreign aid that governments give. It's almost good that the recipients have low agency so that a dependency occurs and they become more easy to influence through the threat of withdrawing aid.

      I guess this may all seem a bit cynical, so ...

      Glass - a piece for the Kuwait Writing Club

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Sep 28, 2013

      7 photos

      ... artworks laying inside, cooling after having been in the violent, furnace-like temperatures all night. Melted from jagged piles of glass shards and pellets into truly beautiful rainbow coloured plates, platters, fish, panels and the like. 3 phase electrical cabling snaking to fuse boxes, the sense of a complex, technical operation that my grandfather, an electrical engineer, needed to help set up.

      Desperately Seeking Status

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jun 22, 2013

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... were looking for were sets of dinner plates. So what could be so inspirational about that? How could one get excited about archeology of the mundane, about a not very ancient house in the suburbs of a backward, quiet sprawlopolis, a report on a search for crockery?

      'The Ideology of Domesticity and the Working-Class Women and Children of Port Adelaide, 1840-1890' by Lampard talks about people striving for status and respectability in the 19th Century. I discovered ...