Dusty Morning @ Souk Sharq

Today, I went to Souk Sharq roughly at eleven o’clock in the morning. It a little bit dusty than usual, and that kind of ruined my morning walk at the pier. I didn’t do much shopping like last time but it was nice strolling around and just observes the people there, which was a good thing since I finally got to monitor the stylish Dishdasha wearing “gentlemen” that Sushi told me about. They usually hang out in a fancy coffee shop while reading the New York Times even though most of them aren’t exactly that sophisticated, if you know what I mean. I’ve to say though, some of them really looked good in a Dishdasha, which kinda sucked for me because I don’t look good wearing one at all.

Anyway, here are some shots I took using my Sony Ericsson K810i. Not too shabby for a cellphone camera.

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7 responses to this post.

  1. Nice pictures. The dust/fog has been annoying :/

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  2. Those aren’t bad at all. Pretty good actually.

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  3. Posted by Sushi on June 3, 2008 at 11:43 pm

    No Kuwaiti looks “no good” in dishdasha. You’re probably just not used to wearing it since you got back from the states but i’m sure you look great in it! lol

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  4. Kuwait city looks very polluted not just dusty

    And Sushi is right; dishdashas make men look delightfully attractive

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  5. Its been ridiculously dusty these days!!

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  6. Look at the cityscape, you’re beautiful Kuwait. Moving towards a great future.

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  7. @3baid

    Oh God! It’s becoming unbearable each day.

    @N.

    Thanks. Yeah, I was surprised on how good they turned out to be.

    @Sushi

    &

    @Jewaira

    The problem is that I look like one of those Kuwaiti wannabes who just got their citizenship and try to look like Kuwaitis bel8a9eb. I respect the Dishdasha so much, but it seems it doesn’t show me the same feeling 😦

    @Marzouq

    It’s getting worse by the second and today was no better at all.

    @M

    Let’s hope so. I even heard both Bahrain and Qatar has a more extravagant cityscape than us.

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