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Occasionally, we would also swap our cha-parties for shawarma parties, which was never a bad choice. It kind of just felt like America (there were a lot of cultural similarities) with the attitude of the GCC, but had influences of a deeper culture despite being a relatively new country of about 60 years.
And last but not least, sometimes on the way to work, whoever was driving me that day would sometimes stop for falafel, kebabs, or Arabic breads covered in za’atar. Coming from Japan, I was definitely used to a more reserved culture, and the directness of the Kuwaiti people took me by surprise for sure. While Kuwait is honestly a very modern country, they hold a lot of values regarding interactions between different genders that are still very confusing to me.
Within three minutes the whole tent, which had only one exit and did not meet fire safety regulations, was engulfed in flames, trapping many inside.
It was the deadliest civilian disaster in Kuwait in the last 40 years. It had been claimed that the temperature inside the tent was above 500 degrees Celsius (930 °F).
First, this huge (and wonderfully kind) Arab man named Ibrahim barreled us through customs at light speed, shoving us though crowds of people and getting us out of there right quick.Seriously, it was known as the best chapati in Kuwait, and it changed my life.Chapati is this flatbread that’s kind of like a tortilla, but with the power to warp time and space when it’s served with killer masala curry.However, on weekend nights at places like the % Roastery (where all of the young go to hang out at night, as alcohol is forbidden and there are no bars), young adults and teenagers get super decked out and show up in their Ferraris and BMW’s just to drink coffee, smoke, and sit around and look at each other.On those nights you’ll see skirts and low-cut shirts, but only then, really. I was told often not to walk or take taxis alone at night, and even during the day when I chose to walk around (which is difficult being that everyone prefers driving in Kuwait and it’s nearly unwalkable) I would get honked and hollered at.