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Bus station

I will not say it was supposed to be air conditioned bus station but I really hope if it could be bigger and designed in proper way to offer maximum shade and protection from direct sunlight from all directions. To make a proper shade those who design and build it …

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Filipino nanny OEC

If you have house helper from Philippines and she is going home for vacation you must know that she needs to show her Overseas Employment Certificate (OEC) at the airport in Manila before departure in order to be allowed to come back to Kuwait. There are two ways to apply …

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Friday market -Haraj-

Last Friday I went to¬†Friday market or locally called –¬†Haraj. My original plan was to buy what I need quickly and run before the big crowd after the Friday prayer. It didn’t happen and I ended up looking around and taking photos. Most of people think it’s a second hand …

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Kuwait car scrap

So I’ve been to car scrap and¬†decided to write about it as ¬†there’s really lack of info on¬†this topic. This place is a heaven for anyone looking for reasonably priced car spare parts. I went there with couple of my friends and¬†one of them got touch screen with GPS+ screen …

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Baqala

Baqala is one of the things in Kuwait ¬†that one¬†living here cannot imagine his/her¬†¬†life without. Baqala = grocery shop = mini grocery shop = mini market The most geographically covered service available in Kuwait is baqala. You will find them everywhere around you, you will see baqala between two baqalas. …

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Kuwait bus route

There are¬†¬†three public bus companies in Kuwait KPTC, Citybus and KGL from which first two are state-owned. They are as cheap as quarter dinar and reliable. Front seats are mostly reserved for women. In this post I will show you how¬†to find ¬†the best route to your destination¬†using some online …

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welcome

Welcome to Expatriates in Kuwait, place made by two expats for each and every one of you; place to share experiences that can help you get around Kuwait. New culture, language, traditions, new job, friends and neighbors. Can it be more complicated? Yes it can. ūüôā We’ve been through it …

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Your neighborhood

Just arrived, and you may¬†feel lost or lonely, you don‚Äôt know ¬†where to start or how your neighborhood looks like. I hope this post will be informative for you. Most areas in Kuwait looks as I will show you in this post, here I took Salmyia as example. Kuwait has …

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