Seashell Julaia Hotel & Resort

Address: King Fahad Road 30 Exit 245, Julai'a, 54575 , Kuwait | Hotel
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This hotel, located on King Fahad Road 30 Exit 245, Julai'a, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        Travel Blogs from Julai'a

        Streets for People

        A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jul 04, 2015

        2 comments, 12 photos

        ... about men, such as construction workers, but never made any real efforts to try to help. Now I've finally started to do that in a very small way. It feels good to have taken the risk of looking stupid dressed up like them, getting up at 2:30am on a Saturday morning so I could make it in time for the start of their shift (although we found out they actually start at 4am during Ramadan!) As a result of taking this risk, I had the chance ...

        Getting ready

        A travel blog entry by ezroller on Jun 14, 2015

        1 photo

        ... Did you know that Venice is the oldest republic still existing on the planet? It stood for hundreds of years before France or the Untied States got the idea. It was a republic of merchants. The Venetians were integral to The medieval Christendom of Constantinople and later to the maintenance of the Islamic Golden Age when Ottoman Empire had hegemony over the Mediterranean. They even instituted a precursor of modern capitalism through the shared funding of naval ...

        Year in Review

        A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Dec 20, 2014

        11 photos

        ... as you can see by reading the source article. It seems like half the population of Kuwait is Indian and Filipino so this would be a drastic change and would send an even clearer message that something needs to happen.   All right now I've got that out of my system the other main events were travel related, including ticking off another country in my Axis of Evil Ski Tour, North Korea. This was an eye opening experience and I can say, unlike Iran, that ...

        Smoke, piece for the Kuwait Writing Club

        A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Dec 01, 2013

        ... much stronger than the smell of that first grubby, bent, shared cigarette.

        Karl didn't want to quit. Blindly fumbling about under the quilt where he vaguely remembered leaving a pack. Extracting with one hand in the practiced yet absent minded fashion you don't see people who've only smoked once or twice handling cigarettes, he smoked at the morning sunshine. If he quit, he would face two immediate problems. A day needs ...

        Desperately Seeking Status

        A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Jun 22, 2013

        1 comment, 2 photos

        ... I feel like I am here showing I can do what he did.

        And maybe that makes me feel like I've made it. And maybe that makes me feel like I can finally acknowledge this secret motivation. It's served its purpose of increasing status. Since it's made my life hell, my subconscious mind has kindly released it to my consciousness, allowed me the chance to seek freedom. Freedom from collecting matching dinner plates for archeologists to write about in the year 2163, for ...