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Before breakfast, Mohammed goes out to start his car. He leaves it with the engine running for a good 45 minutes to make sure it's really warmed up when he drives to work. When we get to his office, he asks one of his drivers to take me around to the places in Erbil that might have international...

permalink written by  bennedich on December 14, 2008 from Arbil, Iraq
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Erbil

Bad news. I just found out there are NO international ATMs in Iran, and possibly nowhere in northern Iraq either. This is bad because I only have 200 euro, 5 USD and 10 more days before I leave Iran. I meet up with David at 10.30am for a tour of the citadel, a huge fortress on top of a hill...

permalink written by  bennedich on December 13, 2008 from Arbil, Iraq
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Mohammed Mohammed

Wow... what a day. I wake up in Dohuk without electricity. There's extreme power shortage in Iraq so this is normal. I do some sightseeing and try to look for an ATM but people I ask just look at my visa card as if they've never seen one before. I have euro but not a lot so I would have...

permalink written by  bennedich on December 12, 2008 from Arbil, Iraq
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