Times Square Suite Hotel
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... whom they believed was great, and who had created/maintained a great nation which looked after its people. Knowing that the real state of affairs was otherwise, yet seeing them standing to attention so straight with the hugely more modern, South Korean border observation post towering behind them made me realize the impact a state can have influencing people's ideas. Another thing making me feel sorry for them was seeing all the NK soldiers bustling ...
This is a catch up post on four fun activities I've done in Kuwait over the past few months. We went to the camel racing a while ago then in the past few weeks I have done a team time trial on a road bike, the North Face Challenge and today we went to a firing range.
Camel racing is a genuine Kuwaiti experience. It felt special because I know I couldn't do it at home, we race horses there instead. Despite ...
I am a regular Joe. I don't sing in a famous band. I am not a football star. I do not have a million dollar business I built up myself through cunning and determination. I am not a brilliant researcher with multiple publications to my name and a professorship at a reputable institution in my field. I don't even own my own car. Strangers don't know my name unless I tell them. Most of them, come to think of it, don't particularly ...
... They call them dishdashas here, and I bought one as a way of demonstrating my interest in participating in the culture. Men, in recent history, have had to wear bifurcated garments, unless you're brave enough to wear a kilt (something I'll get to in a moment). So, I had to adapt my gaydar here otherwise I would have been struggling to stifle a grimace most times I saw a formally dressed man. Another thing I have seen here is men kissing. Admittedly ...
We were at checkpoint 5 or so. It was dinner time. I had blisters. I wasn't crazy with pain, just aware of the start of something. Got taped up and on we went.
We were going up a hill. It was dark, maybe 11.30pm. The wind suddenly picked up and blew the trees like they were grass. It whistled up the valley, pushing like a wave. We were there, in the dark, walking as a team. Silent, together. The walk had begun.