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... for having sex with kuwaiti women. the law is very stricted here even though there have been many cases where locals never get charged for breaking the law they have created.well until next time this is your traveling blogger mr.skinny
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... s house - how would a stranger, god forbid an inquisitive archeologist keen on making historical and cross cultural comparisons, summarise my life based on what items they found in my living room and kitchen?
The idea of such an examination set off a chain of reflections for me. I acknowledged something I have known, but simultaneously tried to keep secret from myself and especially others. I am desparately seeking status. I have always been vaguely, and sometimes ...
... about how they do GIS here.
What a show. It's the classic contractor hires subcontractor hires subsubcontractor situation. We are ultimately restoring hundreds (a selection of the worst from thousands) of oil contaminated land features across Kuwait, caused by oil well operations ... all whilst hopefully avoiding unexploded ordnance. We don't do any of the work. We just check contractors' work. So basically a lot of my work ...
... the prospect of being driven around any more,
got myself out into the maze of arabic car showrooms and bought myself
a car woohoo! Finally a bit of independance and freedom. With it came
the challenge of understanding the endless roads all which come with
two names, the first a number (used by all the expats 30, 40, 2nd ring
road etc) and the second an arabic name too ...
... me either!
On the bright side, yesterday was spent hanging out with some of my new colleagues - Lauren and Krystal! Lauren's uncle works here in Kuwait on one of the US bases and has been SO helpful information-wise. Along with all the information Gillian (another teacher who's been here for 5 years) has to offer, I'm slowly getting to know the ropes around here!
I wish I had some pictures ...