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Some News about Kuwait You might like to know some lifestyle and happenings from 1983 to 1990 in Kuwait, plus some pointers if you are planning to go there today. Being an Islamic country, Friday was being observed as a rest day in the State of Kuwait. People gathered in a particular place where specific nationality would always go. Each nationality chose a place to gather with their families, friends, relatives, boyfriends and girlfriends of the same nationality. Meeting, dining, having fun was done in this place since not against Islamic laws. Lots of women would wear diamond and gold ornaments for jewelries like necklaces, rings, earrings, brooches and so on. Jewelries were solid and worn on top of the other, not minding the weight, wore these at the same time. Gold souk, meaning gold shops can be found practically beside each other. Actually, you can find more gold souk or gold shops than you can find eating places. With gold souk everywhere, wearing gold is the ultimate fashion in Kuwait and everyone wore jewelries. Kuwait then was a safe place before the war. Kuwait’s safe place and happy life came to an end when Saddam Hussain invaded it by surprise. The sad event happened in the early morning of August 2, 1990. It was in the morning when residents were preparing to go to their work areas when the news was shown on television sets. It was showing soldiers shooting at each other at the borders of Kuwait. Thousands of Iraqui soldiers were shown along with hundreds of water tanks passing through the main road. With all that was happening, expatriates tried to live as normal as they can. When British, Americans and other European nationals heard of the news, they fled the country via Saudi Arabia and other possible routes. Others who were caught by surprise were not able to leave the country. All hotels in Kuwait were inspected by soldiers and guest lists were asked for who were staying there. Business in Kuwait tried to operate like normal as they used to and employees receive Iraqi dinars for their services. Today, if you are planning to stay in Kuwait for a longer period of time, it would be natural to gather information about this Arab state. In particular of interest that they would like to know would be the cost of living in Kuwait. Housing costs would be the information that you would gather if you are moving to Kuwait. Be informed that the housing costs in Kuwait or in the Arab state is not only competitive but also the least cost in the region. An example is the monthly rent which won’t go beyond 100 kuwaiti dinars, while the most expensive places to live will not require more than 650 kuwaiti dinars every month.A 10-Point Plan for Resources (Without Being Overwhelmed)

A 10-Point Plan for Resources (Without Being Overwhelmed)