Hilton Kuwait Resort
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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 ...
... are undoubtedly sunny.
...Gentlemen, let us not fear the
inevitable chill and storms of
autumn and winter, instead, let us
anticipate the rapid growth of
springtime, let us await the
rewards of summer. As in a garden
of the earth, let us learn to
accept and appreciate the times
when the trees are bare as well as
the times when we pick the ...
... he was the first to admit that there are better routines going round, Karl nevertheless thought any routine was better than none. Another thing. Offering, or asking for, a smoke was a nice way to get to know people. Sure, it was the same as offering, or asking someone to give him, cancer but still the gesture mattered. It was worse to make no gesture to strangers. That could lead to loneliness.
Karl didn't want to quit. He dabbed ...
... here overall, it's good to know my interest in this place can survive a little introspection :-)
I think another thing that needs to be considered is that I should to take my time to understand Kuwaitis and other expat cultures. Everyone has a story, a reason behind who they are. l have plenty more time to find out about all of this, so more reflections will be written :-)
For one, I'd be a pretty assertive individual too if my country was invaded not too long ...
... guard. Good thing I don’t have asthma.
We waited another hour and more people arrived. At 23:00 (I have to get used to military speak-blah), we departed for the commute to the base in Kuwait.
Off the bus, we were instructed to get our room assignments, pick up our bags, and report the next evening at 20:30. A lot of us slept on the plane. We did as told, then went exploring.
The moon was a reddish color, caused by the sand haze in the air. The ground ...