50 Days in Kuwait with Anna

Post by Mark

If you’re a regular at the coffee shop Arabica, you might have noticed an American barista working there a few months ago called Anna. She was here temporarily as part of a barista exchange program, and after she went back to Japan she wrote about her experiences in Kuwait. You can check out the quick Q&A [Here]


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  1. Sam says:

    “First, this huge (and wonderfully kind) Arab man named Ibrahim barreled us through customs at light speed, shoving us though crowds of people and getting us out of there right quick.”

    Only because you were white. Spare a thought for us standing in the crowds.

  2. Kuwait says:

    A true Kuwait experience should always include a wasta experience <3 XOXO

  3. Sulaiman-COOKIEE says:

    You people bitching about wasta and her not waiting in line. What do you expect? She’s here to give a review about Kuwait, oh wait I know what I’ll do I’ll shove her into those smelly busses, make her wait in line where most people will be eyeing her and trying to hit on her for being white then we’ll take her to some run down shit to have he assaulted. She’ll definitely give good reviews plus when Kim (whose only talent is shoving as much Botox into her behind as possible) has shops closed for her and people are literally shoved like animals out of the way none cares. How do you people think? Or are you looking for a reason to shit on anything and everything.

  4. lolguy says:

    She’s here to give a review about Kuwait,

    I guess you could say that in a way everyone here who is not a local reviews the country when they go back to their homes.

  5. Chuck says:

    Anyone with any nationality can have the same experience she had in the airport. All it takes is money.
    See Pearl Assist:
    https://www.pearlassist.com/en/airport/Kuwait/


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