Kim Kardashian is having a ball during her trip to the Middle East, but she's also missing her boyfriend Kanye West.
Kardashian is visiting Kuwait and Bahrain this week to appear at the opening of several Millions of Milkshakes locations, and she has been tweeting frequently about all the fun she's having on the other side of the world.
"I just got to Bahrain! OMG can I move here please? Prettiest place on earth!" Kardashian wrote on her Twitter account on Saturday.
The 32 year old reality star also posted photos of herself next to camels in the desert and tweeted her thanks to the president of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, for his "amazing hospitality" and said she is "in love with the Kingdom of Bahrain."
And it sounds like it may not be long before she's back.
"Just launched Millions of Milkshakes in Bahrain had the best time ever. Bahrain is my next holiday destination see you in 2013," she wrote.
But despite all the fun she's having, Kardashian is also aching to reunite with her longtime boyfriend West. She tweeted a photo of the two of them walking up a flight of stairs along with the caption, "I miss you so much."
Though her trip centered on the Millions of Milkshakes openings, she also pledged to meet with local leaders and learn more about the conflicts in the Middle East. She began that mission on Wednesday by taking a formal meeting with Matthew Tueller, the United States ambassador to Kuwait.
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But legislators in Bahrain's parliament attempted to push through a resolution this week to prevent Kardashian from coming into the country because of her "bad reputation," the Al-Wasat newspaper reported.
"A group of MPs in today's paliamentary session submitted a proposal to prevent the hosting of American socialite Kim Kardashian, describing her as having a 'bad reputation,' " the newspaper report said.
Ultimately, though, the resolution did not move forward, and the report said "quorum to have the proposal put on the agenda was not met."