10 things I will miss about Kuwait if I leave

1. The easy lifestyle: People in Kuwait; me included don’t have to really struggle a lot for anything. Sure there may be times when you have to put a li’l bit of effort, but anything you can get anything easily, specially if you have Vasta with all the ‘Who’s Who’ of Kuwait… Nowadays, nothing in Kuwait actually works without Vasta. From getting a job to getting a driving license, it all depends on who you know.

2. Shawermas: I love them! I could survive on shawermas for the rest of my life actually..! The best shawermas in Kuwait are from Kurdo and recently even Food Inn has got amazing ones. Kuwait has the best shawermas…I tried one in Saudi Arabia, but it was a bit bland and the ones in Dubai are really nothing compared to the ones in Kuwait!

3. The beaches: even though the beaches in Kuwait usually have gay kuwaiti dude’s instead of hot guys, they are great place to go for a family picnic or barbecue. Being a conservative society, people will always be dressed modestly (except for a few exceptions :P) so there are no awkward moments with the family.

4. Shopping Malls: Imma girl who loves shopping, so Avenues is the perfect place for me! Its got all the major brands (H&M, Guess and Zara are my favs) and it is the perfect place to spend an afternoon. Its huge in size and that is only for 2 phases till now. They are currently working on Phase 3, so lets see how that goes! Unlike Marina mall, Avenues doesn’t have bunches of rowdy teenagers, so it’s actually fun spending time there.

5. The Weather: Believe it or not but I’ll actually miss Kuwait’s hot, humid, dusty weather. I’ve gotten so used to it by now, that i kinda like it, specially coz I’m not a winter person, I prefer the hot, sunny days.

6. The sound of the Athan: Its just something about the ‘Call to Prayer’ that is beautiful. Every time the ‘Muathin’ gives the Athan, its a rule to stop talking or doing whatever you are doing and listen to it, so at home even when me and siblings fight, and we hear the Athan, all of us just sit quietly, its those moments of silence that break our constant chattering and usually by the time the Athan finishes, we forget what we were fighting about. 😛

7. My friends: Even though some of them can be a pain in the a$$ 😛 The friend I have made in Kuwait, I will never find anyone like them. They are like my rare jewel collection, and having them has made me realize that its okay not to have a huge circle of friends if you have a few who are your true friends.

8. The funnily dressed girls and guys: believe it or not but some of the teens in Kuwait have a really bad sense of fashion. I mean guys think its cool to wear really skinny jeans in bright colors and wear their hair in a way that it looks like its been electrocuted and girls in Hijabs (Head covering) put these huge feather clips under the hijab, so their head looks like a camel hump from behind 😛

9. The censored scenes in movies: Honestly the censors are a life savor when you watch movies with your parents. No awkwardness. 

10. Last but not least is the Liberation day: I love this day! The streets light up and there are people on the roads dancing inside, over and outside cars, foaming and water spraying each other. Its the most fun holiday in Kuwait!

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6 thoughts on “10 things I will miss about Kuwait if I leave

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  2. Nishaun says:

    I agree with all of them, but your missing one thing… Kuwait itself, I went to E.S.F, in Kuwait best place in the world to me besides K.L.L.B (kuwait little league baseball).

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