Kuwait Travel Stories Travel Articles

 
Shlonik? – Kuwait City, Kuwait
Michael Cornn lives in Kuwait, and studies Arabic. HE don't take formal language lessons in a classroom - he takes informal lessons at the barber shop.
Beach Rugby in Kuwait – Kuwait City, Kuwait
Kuwait has a regional rugby team that competes against other teams around the Persian Gulf. For those who are too delicate for the real thing, the Kuwait Hilton Resort offers beach rugby games on Frid
An American View of Rugby in Kuwait – Kuwait City, Kuwait
After watching a rugby match, Michael Cornn decide the scrum is probably the strangest bit of sport he's ever seen. Well, maybe not as strange as those Afghani polo games with a dead sheep that they h
A Photographer in Kuwait – Kuwait
A Photographer in Kuwait – Kuwait Stephen Whelan tries to show the real Kuwait throu
Chador Etiquette (2 of 2)
Christine Michaud thought she would make herself i
Kuwait 2000 #5: Departure
In the desert, the Apaches. Then, after celebrating New Year's, it's time to go back to the States.
Kuwait 2000 #2: Wandering
The thrill of a new place wears off quickly. The only thing interesting about Kuwait seems to be the land mines outside the city, but at least the magazines are eye-catching.
Kuwait 2000 #3: Camels & Cultural Misconceptions
The thrill of a new place wears off quickly. The only thing interesting about Kuwait seems to be the land mines outside the city, but at least the magazines are eye-catching.
Kuwait 2000 #4: Sunset in Doha
One's first thought of Kuwait may involve camels, but certainly not a large inflatable rooster. And Kuwaitis are often just as ill-informed about American life as an American may be about Kuwait.
Kuwait 2000 #1: Arrival
Missing luggage, lots of expats, big luxury cars and very, very aggressive drivers. How's that for Christmas?