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Friday, April 13, 2012
A lady was told to go sit on the bus after she asked the nurse to change her gloves. Do they not realize how serious of a problem it is? They are dealing with people from all over the world carrying God knows what and they can't change their gloves? They did the same thing with my kids and I raised hell which invloved the manager and a few choice words. They did change their gloves! There was 2 boxes of gloves sitting on her table and she refused. Finally she snatched off her gloves and started talking to the other nurse in Indian language.
Does anyone in the Ministry know or even care about it? This is the easiest way to spread diseases, not to mention it's disgusting! I've heard gloves are kind of a luxury item that's why they don't change them every time. I was also told that an American lady found thousands of boxes of gloves being sold in Friday market that had Ministry stamps which means someone is stealing them and selling them.
Hello people! Wake up, it's time for someone to regulate the medical system! It's sad to think I have to fight with a nurse (who is supposed to be helping people ) to change her gloves. I'm sure Kuwaiti people don't really care because they don't have to experience it but it is needed to prevent the spreading of diseases!
Thursday, April 12, 2012
If you are interested in stopping by please do so soon as Esther's Attic will be closing soon for the summer and will reopen when the weather is cooler. We will always be taking donations no matter what so please keep bringing your clothing throughout the year.
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
14 Apr 2012, 9:15 am
For a rewarding, spiritual and informative experience. This is a 1 ½ tour of one of Kuwait’s most famous landmarks. Ladies are required to cover - long sleeves and long ankle length skirt, otherwise the mosque will provide a cloak. If you have your own scarf you’re welcome to bring it. Camera’s allowed. Children welcome. This tour meets directly at the Grand Mosque.
Monday, April 9, 2012
I ordered the chipotle beef burrito and my hubby ordered the chicken burrito, they were pretty big in size for 3KD. It was 350 fils for a small cup of pico de gallo which wasn't enough, in California you get a huge amount with burritos. I also ordered horchata, a Mexican rice drink for 1.250, it came in a skinny glass and was about 3 drinks. My hubby ordered sprite in the little can which was 850 fils, ouch! The burritos were a little bland for my liking and this was the first time I had a burrito with white rice. I was told the way we eat in California is the "American" type Mexican food and not the way it's made in other parts of Mexico.
The tamale was really good. I would definitely go again for that. They are usually made with lard so no tamales for me while I was in the states but now I can eat them when I crave one for 2.750 KD. I would have had another one if it wasn't so expensive. I really wanted tres leches cake but couldn't spend another 2.750 KD for a piece. I know some ingredients are imported but this place would be a once a month visit. They are supposed to change the menu next month and are trying to include carne asada. Chef Jorge says they will introduce grasshoppers! Hmmm I don't know about that.
The chef had us try the stuffed churros, which were good but would have been better freshly made, these were a bit rock hard. All new restaurants need time to get out the kinks so I will give it some time and visit in the future to see how they progress.
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Address: Rumaithiya, block 9, street 92, house 23
Monday, April 2, 2012
This tour is a marvel of innovative architecture displaying modern technology combined with traditional artisan craftsmanship from Tunisia, Syria, Morocco, Egypt and contributions from Kuwaiti designers. This tour meets directly at the Arab Org. HQ. Cameras are welcome. Advance reservations are required.
Contact the AWARE center for more info.