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Frustrated but Happy

August 29, 2010

When they started paving the footpaths last winter, I was disappointed to see no space left for trees and shrubs on the main routes.  Over the past two weeks, they’ve dug out the blocks in the middle of the wider paths and set up the borders for plants in the future.

I can’t believe that something this simple is not taken into account the first time round.  I am happy however that it wasn’t overlooked altogether.

Update III

August 29, 2010

Looking fuller and more like a typical Kuwaiti suburb, Google Earth have updated again recently and the above is the current view.  No new roads are visible, which means the next update will look much more complete.  There are signs of the preliminary work done on the main routes.

If you’re interested in how it looked before, click here for how it looked in March 2007; and here for February 2009.

It’s Working

September 8, 2008

I’m pleased to say that the initial reaction to the change has been great.  I’ve had many messages from people interested in submitting notices.  The statistics speak for themselves, the highest since I started

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January 5, 2008

This blog’s New Year’s gift is its own domain address….. I’ve just registered and it will point to this page tomorrow(ish).

Now you have no excuse not to tell others about this page…. and I will try to blog more frequently in return :)

Happy New Year!