Safir Al Bastaki Suites Hotel
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... thrilling victory against the odds. It was a flop. Was it partly a flop because the world suspected something more like the story of 'Utopia' needed to be told? I am Australian. Like Pilger, I have been living outside of Australia. There comes a time when one has escaped enough from the mess of influence that is local marketing, media and culture and can begin to reflect on the place one has come from. This time has now come for me. The ...
met my friend Ah at 6 in the morning heading to see the sun rise. unfortunately the sun just had a sudden jump out of the clouds for less than 1min, - enough to enjoy but a bit too short.
it was right next to abraj kuwait with a quite good angle to see it.
after a while we headed to Souq Sharq - East Market where the see view featured with fishermen and very friendly people saying hello to us.
suddenly it started to rain. and we had to run back to the car. ...
... net. There are some really great online GIS projects that have been rolled out in Kuwait. Another one is the Public Authority for Civil Information's webmap of house numbers, they have an associated mobile app called Kuwait Finder. We talked about this at the meetup too, it was made by OpenWare who also have the contract for GIS support at the KOC - perhaps we can get someone involved ...
... in the morning, and we visit house of Alothman, this house is traditional of this country. Next day it was April,16,2013, we went to trained our horses because they will have a big days which we trained six horses for all day, and we ate all our foods in the club, and we was tired because we trained each other horses, after the trained horses we went to saw our friends they was also trained their horses, ...
... long minutes we find one kid, then the rest. Some can barely walk, all are terrified, and we have a nurse who I'm fairly certain has never dealt with anything beyond a scrape.
No one died - humd'allah (thank god) - but my western-trained mind just keeps thinking "lawsuit, lawsuit, lawsuit". Fortunate for the company owners and our school, suing just doesn't really happen here so *whew*, dodged a bullet. After the chaos has died ...