How did I give up a bit on the environmental question

I’ve been educated being respectful for the planet. Without thinking about it a lot, I took good daily habits to preserve our lovely planet. And year after year, I started really think about it and I slowly became kind of extreme about it. Vegan and really careful about global warming, my goal was to reach the zero waste way of life. And then, I landed in Kuwait…

Life during Ramadan

When you live in a country as Kuwait, you have to be prepared to live with the religion. Obviously, there are the pray calls and all the Muslim days that you are not used to in your country, but for me the biggest shock is always during Ramadan. This year, the holy month was during summer. How can we live when it’s 50 degrees outside and to eat and to drink are liable to a fine… even a few days in jail ?

Dusty days

I really like to be in Kuwait, there are more advantages than cons in my opinion. But there is one thing I really hate here : the dusty days and storm dust. A few months before going to Kuwait, I checked a lot the weather and I was surprised and curious reading that, some days, it was dusty.

A car’s story

When I arrived in Kuwait, the first thing I saw is, obviously, all the beautiful cars we can see everywhere. Every morning, I sent pictures of Porsche, Lamborghini, Camaro or Dodge to my friends and my brother. 

The city life

Yesterday, with one my french friend, we were talking about what we miss the most from France. The conclusion was that we miss walking, walking around in the street and going to nowhere. In Paris, it’s possible to do everything by walking : the streets are pedestrians friendly, even if we can still criticize the sidewalks. But, if we look at the big picture, France is a country where it’s possible to do everything from walking.