The Palms Beach Hotel And Spa

Address: Al Ta'awon St. Road 25, Bida'a Area, Kuwait City, 13101, Kuwait | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Al Ta'awon St. Road 25, Bida'a Area, 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

      Day 04 the last day spent in a small country

      A travel blog entry by baktan on Dec 31, 2013

      ... to have dinner with them and it was like a banquet in the hotel. we had an arabian tea with conversation about travelling and common interests.
      i would say some arabians are really great travellers and very up to date ones.
      was time to go.back.coz ah had to head to work and i had to go to pick up my bag to go to.the airport.
      after preflight routines i m now on tje plane to bahrain for my next super one day in 2014. wish everybody a very happy new ...

      Mutla Ridge Races 1 and 2 Invitation

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Dec 11, 2013

      12 photos

      ... the bottom of the ridge. Note there is a tough climb at the start but it is short. You may have to get off and walk portions if you are unfit. This is the 20km track I recorded on the DBCK ride I lead. We will not follow this route exactly, we will skip the wiggly bits along the ridge edge, as shown in the first map.

      In more detail, ...

      The bad stuff

      A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on May 13, 2013


      ... happy because I thought I'd finally found a well paid job that involved work that was good for the environment. On the whole, it is.

      BUT there're all these social issues that annoy me a bit. I am left wondering if I've traded one major ethical no no for another in coming here and having to figure out if I'm a racist or not and how to navigate the whole social segregation without feeling like I've well and truly departed civilisation (of back home at least). I guess ...

      Dust, Dogs and Disgust !

      A travel blog entry by laurabunting on Apr 04, 2013

      5 photos

      ... was a lack of cutlery and you had to eat with your fingers (unless you asked) but more importantly and to Bridgets absolute horror they gave you a paper cup to drink out of! Of course Bridget didnt use the paper cup instead she chose to use the plastic straw provided to drink her bottle of water (after Charlie refused to go home and get a glass for her!) It was very amusing.. but the salad was good!
      All in all an amusing trip to a burger ...

      Patience is a virtue

      A travel blog entry by emz99 on May 07, 2012

      ... expat needs to get anything done by a Kuwaiti a lighthearted wave of the hand and "tomorrow inshallah" is often the response. Insha'Allah is an Arabic term to indicate hope for an aforementioned event to occur in the future and translates into English as "God willing" or "If it is God's will", however more often than not in my opinion is used as an excuse to postpone the task until later usually because the person doing the task wishes it to be that ...