Stories about Kuwait from March, 2008
Rampurple draws our attention to a new Facebook group named Stop Demolishing Kuwait's History.
Just as there is March Madness in the US, the phenomena seems to have spread to Kuwait - not for basketball but elections. Abdullatif Al Omar brings us the Kuwaiti bloggers reactions to the resignation of their government, the dissolving of Parliament and the looming elections in June.
The Kuwait Towers, the country's major landmark, marked their 29th birthday without much fanfare. But one blogger did not forget the occasion, writes Abdullatif Al Omar who also takes us to a bloggers meeting, updates us on the olive crisis and shares with us the scene at the cinemas.
Tata Botata writes about postal services in Kuwait.
From Lebanon, Antoun comments on tourists from Bahrain, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia visiting his country – after their countries issued warnings for them to stop travelling to Lebanon.
From Kuwait, Enigma shares the strange story of a friend, whose boyfriend returned all the gifts she had ever given him in mint condition.
In Kuwait, Grey is worried about safety in his neighbourhood.
“The Kuwaiti Dinar has now reached its highest exchange rate against the US dollar in the past 20 years, which in turn has dropped to its lowest against the Euro being traded at 1.536 for 1 Euro!! Right now, the exchange rate is 3.683 U.S. dollars for 1 KD! This...
PhilQ8, a Filipina in Kuwait, complains about increasing prices for commodities.
Kuwaiti Mishaary visits Market Sharq and shares the following pictures with us.
Kuwaiti blogger A3sab pays tribute to her country's former Education Minister Dr Ahmad Al Rubaie, who passed away this week. She recalls a quick encounter she has with him while she was a student in Egypt.
Confashions from Kuwait was at the Paris Fashion Week and brings us the goodies in this post.
The M Code from Kuwait discusses the meaning of life in this post.
From Kuwait, Cat Eyez (Ar) writes about wanting to retire from work.
Desert Girl, from Kuwait, just got stoned. Before jumping to conclusions, read this post.
From Kuwait, 3asab writes about feeling alienated from her country.
Desert Girl from Kuwait zooms into a new role for women in the police force. Go Kuwaiti women go!