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The World Carries On (Chronicles of Lessons from the Beach Pt.2)

“There are Far, far better things ahead of us than any we leave Behind ..” {C.S.Lewis}

Watching along the stretch of the Arabian Gulf gives me more & more beautiful insights everyday. 742 more words

KUWAIT

Abu Dhabi heights

The capital city of the United Arab Emirates is dripping with skyscrapers. Abu Dhabi feels less showy than nearby Dubai, which boasts the tallest building on the planet. 159 more words

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Five Star Kuwait

I didn’t know what to expect of Kuwait, but everyone I spoke to before going seemed to expect something tough and dangerous. I didn’t do any research on tourism or traveling there, but I knew I was visiting a friend that would answer all my questions once I got there. 554 more words

World Travels

Embrace the Change (Chronicles of Lessons from the Beach Pt.1)

I lived in a place where the beachfront is just 10 minutes walk away . Every morning i love to peek through the curtains from our bedroom window and look at the beach . 490 more words

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Cost of German Built Patrol Boats for Saudi Arabia

NavalToday reports the Saudis are having 15 patrol boats built in Germany by boat builder Lürssen, famous for building missile and torpedo boats.

“German naval shipyard Lürssen has started construction of the 15 patrol vessels for Saudi Arabia under the €1.5 billion (approx $1.63b) contract despite of talks (sic) about cancelling the deal amidst the Middle Eastern country’s public executions early January 2016.”

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USNS Patuxent to deploy from Norfolk today

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) —  The USNS Patuxent is scheduled to leave Naval Station Norfolk this afternoon for a deployment to the Navy’s Fifth Fleet of Operations… 80 more words

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Sailors transport ordnance aboard USS Harry S. Truman. by Official U.S. Navy Page

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ARABIAN GULF (Jan. 4, 2016) Sailors transport ordnance on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. 78 more words

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