My Second Home-Kuwait

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Kuwait is one of the richest pinpricks in the world. It has become a second home for me and many families like mine. A huge number of expatriates from all over the world have made Kuwait their home. In comparison to the number of local citizens, we make up a bigger part of the population here.

Despite its harsh weather Kuwait has a warm culture filled with delicacies such as the mouthwatering kebabs, Machboos ,Shawarma , Felafel and an exotic variety of local sandwiches.

The most commonly available and extensively consumed food item here is the very versatile ‘khubhoos’- a baked bread that can be eaten with a curry, dry meat or simply with cheese or curd. It is the most important part of the meal for the poor and the rich, as it is at a subsidized rate by the Kuwait government assuring all its residents, means of cheap sustenance. This has ensured that even the poorest of the poor is able to satisfy their hunger.
Kuwait is indeed a marvelous country and I feel blessed to have spent my childhood here.

Thank you Kuwait!






Marissa Michael Varghese, 11-B, Carmel School



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Marissa Michael Varghese, 11-B, Carmel School
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