Here are a few views of our current home taken by my Battle Buddy.
The Showers at the edge of tent city
Blast walls surround every building or group of buildings. Units decorate the blast walls as they pass through the camp.
Starbucks seen from the dirt road out front
The Post Chapel. That is a Baptist full-immersion baptismal out front!!
Friday, May 1, 2009
STARBUCKS IN KUWAIT. THE SAND-FILLED BARRIER IS TO THE LEFT.
Today I traded my $99 bike for a Venti Carmel Macchiatto at Starbucks. One of the baristas here asked me about buying it. I felt strange selling the bike, but I could trade it for a latte. So I got a 2-week bike rental for $99 and a free latte!!
Tomorrow I will celebrate my 56th birthday in Kuwait. I was thinking I would celebrate my natal day in Iraq, but Kuwait is close.
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