Kuwait: A Fascinating Country

Wednesday, February 15, 2023

The country in which we reside is like our motherland. Many people have considered Kuwait their second home. The people in Kuwait welcome everyone to their country like their kin.

I had visited Kuwait for the first time when I was two months old. And until now, I have been staying in Kuwait for 11 years, which is my favorite country. The nature of Kuwait gives everyone tranquility. The residential flats in Kuwait are well built. These apartments make us live like a big family with a lot of neighbors who help us in every difficulty. I love the flat in which I live. We never see religion; we celebrate every religious festival. The large balcony, a nice bedroom, etc. give us the comfort we need. I had gone to Al Jahra to see the sunset with my family and a family friend, and there were many sand dunes as it was a desert. There we all had a buggy ride, which we had the chance to drive ourselves. Buggy rides are only available in desert locations. When I walk with my parents, I have seen many date palms, and I always take the dates that are in the ground. My cousin told me that dates are very costly, but here we get them at a cheap rate. Sometimes me and my family go on a bus. My father said that I can come for free in the bus because children below the age of 18 are let free in buses. Usually, there is no rain in Kuwait. I rarely see rain, but if it does, I feel really pleasant. In Kuwait, in the summer it is too hot, and in the winter it is so cold. I had been on a journey to Wafra Farm in the month of February. There were many blossoms. I heard one uncle say that there are always many flowers in February. After returning from Wafra Farm, I and my family went to an Arabic restaurant to try the various kinds of Arabic food. I ate many delicious Arabic foods, which made my mouth water. Some of them were Chicken Machboos, Knafeh, and Za’atar. I learned a lot about Arabic culture. I had another interesting experience when I went to my father’s colleague’s marriage function. There I had a chance to see Arabic cultures. I was admired by seeing their culture. My tradition and the Arabic culture are very different.

From all these things, I am really grateful to this country, and I try to do whatever I can for the nation. One example is that I have planted nearly eight trees for this country.



By:
Kanishka Sankar, 6-E, Indian Learners Own Academy
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