10 Day Travel Photo Challenge – Day 9

Welcome to Day 9 of this 10 Day Travel Photo Challenge! My Dusty Flip-Flops has nominated me for this challenge, thank you my friend! My Dusty Flip-Flops and I have been following each other’s blog adventures here on WordPress since 2017. It’s always nice to reconnect!  The 10 Day Travel Photo Challenge: post one photo for 10 days with no explanation…

Just For Today – I Will Do My Work Honestly

This morning I am thinking about possibilities. Sometimes the stepping-stones to new possibilities, new ventures are difficult to see, or challenging, could be soul-destroying, or downright boring. I went to Kuwait by myself for a weekend, because I could. I lived in the Middle East, so this really wasn’t a big deal. But for those…

Meet Abdulaziz! Saudi Born. Citizen of Kuwait.

This door I was photographing….. …..opened to this…… I froze. Had I interrupted something important? Was I in trouble?  All men looked at me. I looked at them.  They saw me take the picture of the door, so I asked if I could take a picture of them. They said Yes!  Then they welcomed me…

Doors of Kuwait

As I walked along Arabian Gulf Street, I was struck at the beauty of the heavy, ornate doors decorating buildings along the way.    S, xo

Kuwait Towers

My last day in Kuwait, I spent my morning walking to the Kuwait Towers. The towers are a popular tourist attraction. During the Iraqi occupation, 75% of the towers were damaged. My walk took about an hour along Arabian Gulf Street to reach the towers.  The cost was free to go to the restaurant or…

Sticking Out in the Crowd – Kuwait

Friday is the one day of the week many laborers and domestic workers have off.  As expected, there were many groups of East Indian men out enjoying the day.  What I didn’t expect were the number of East Indian women! In Qatar, there are many groups of Nepalese and Filipino women out and about on…

My Visit to the Kuwait National Museum

My designation for Friday afternoon was the Kuwait National Museum.  This museum was a short walk from my hotel and according to the hotel in-room guide and website – it opened at 4:30pm on Fridays. Off I went to walk along Arabian Gulf street to take me to my destination! After a 10 minute or…

Kuwait City, Kuwait – Grand Mosque of Kuwait

After a delightful breakfast, I journeyed to The Grand Mosque of Kuwait. I was going to walk, but at the insistence of the hotel concierge when I asked for directions to the mosque, I journeyed there in a taxi. He explained the walk is not an easy one and would take me over an hour….

A Morning of Gratitude……Kuwait.

As the sun rises over the city, my mind slowly wakes up while watching it ascend, bringing with it the noise of the start of a busy day.  Sipping the free in room instant coffee, I find myself in a thinking mood.  I have today off because in America today is Thanksgiving.  And here I…