Actually, I only noticed them on our way out and I almost missed taking a photo of them as my hubby is in a hurry. Thankfully he agreed to let me take a photo although we are already on the other side of the road. He said it’s not everyday that we get to see a camel up close and personal so I went back and took some photos even if I was a little shy.
However the camels are also camera-shy and wouldn’t look at me so I left and let them be. I just said ‘Okay bye now lovely camels, have a nice day!’ (of course it was just my nose who heard what my lips had uttered). It may look as if no one is around but there are plenty of them walking behind me.
Here’s another interesting sight right before the hypermarket entrance. Kuwait will celebrate it’s national and liberation day soon, that’s why they beautifully arranged this Kuwaiti flag out of fruits and veggies. At first, I was a bit hesitant to take pictures but when I saw a couple taking photos of their child in front of the flag, I was encouraged to do the same. I told myself “so what if some people are staring, go on. Just do it”. Yes, you are right I do talk to myself sometimes. I am not insane mind you, talking to myself actually keeps me sane.
I hope you will enjoy reading and looking at these pics.
Take some time to look at your surroundings and appreciate what you see. There is always a beauty in sight. – imexcited
- Camel race in Kuwait uses robots instead of human jockeys (thezigzagger.com)
- Things to do in Kuwait: What to do Today (buzfairy.com)