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Kuwait

The sands of Kuwait give the message of wonder and goodwill.
I found the best places to visit as the co operative stores.Specially the Salmiya co operative.
As you climb the sloping entrance ,through the glass door and after taking the shopping trolleys,
We enter the co op.the first you see is the fresh fruits and vegetables and then the frozen chicken and milk.Then come the confectionaries and then the household items.
I have visited this place ever since I was nine and I remember as little girls in school we used to discuss these beautiful stores.They brought us joy.
I have had a great time in Kuwait. Which could not have been possible is it wasn't for my father and his works.God bless him.
I have found co ops the most interesting places to visit.My thoughts never deceive me!
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Submitted on March 20, 2015

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I am Seema Tabassum Ali.I live in Rawalpindi.The British Homes is my exact address.Just on the brinks of Rawalpindi.Half way across is Islamabad. more…

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