Jiger Palace Hotel

Address: Ankawa Ave, Irbil, Iraq | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ankawa Ave, Irbil, is near Green Island.
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Travel Blogs from Irbil

There and Back Again (And Again, in 3 Parts)

A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Jul 31, 2013

1 comment, 44 photos

... And started shaking my hand enthusiastically while grinning the whole time. And, as would be repeated several other times during this trip, contrary to the normal 3rd World, "Obama good, yes?", I received the comment, "Bush good, yes?" Iraqi Kurdistan is not Arab Iraq. We then boarded the bus and got on the highway with a big sign saying "Mosul." We had to stop at several checkpoints and show our passports. We picked up two Syrians and an Iraqi Arab prior to the ...

We do make a dfference....

A travel blog entry by diannev on Dec 26, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... watching it unfold - some buds do not respond as fast as others and some begin to wilt and need extra care, and then there are those that just do not respond. Or liken it to someone coming from Outer Space, where they have no experience in your western ways of teaching or being - a clean slate that you influence daily with your teachings and actions. These students and their families trust you, embrace you and include you in their ...

Taking a local to beat down the price!!

A travel blog entry by diannev on Sep 14, 2012

4 comments, 5 photos

... from Syria (and I think Turkey) and because of the continuing conflict in Syria the produce is limited and of poor quality.

I really enjoy the local yoghurt which is similar to the French and Greek, but cannot find a low fat version, so my body is rebelling a little with all of the full cream/fat and oils in the food and lack of green vegetable to combat it. I am so glad I like rice and ...

Kurdish Iraq

A travel blog entry by ragowski on Apr 26, 2012

30 photos

... All in all Kurdish Iraq has a absolutely beautiful country side but nothing really for tourists (this would be different if you could speak Kurdish), happy I went. Hectic.

PS. I'm not a physco, MCTD really was that painful.

For those interested or travelling in Iraq, the weekly security report:
http://www.iraq-businessnews.com/catego ry/security/weekly-security-update/
This week, 84 people killed and 204 injured in approx 100 separate attacks. ******.


A travel blog entry by tsimko on May 26, 2010

21 photos

Land border crossing is always unpredictable so I was glad the only direct bus from Tabriz to Piranshahr was leaving early morning. Five hour drive on a simple bus for ridiculous price of US$ 1.70 brought me just a stone’s throw from the Iraqi border. In the distance I could already see its snow-capped peaks. I took a taxi till the end of the paved road and hopped on a bus for the last few hundred metres. The hilly landscape looked great, with border complex comprising of ...