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... established an academy, Bayt al-Hikma Academy, which had translated (into Arabic) works of science and philosophy from Greek, Aramaic, and Persian. He even offered me to stay for dinner which was to kind. We ate, Quzi (is a whole grilled lamb stuffed with rice, almonds, raisins and spices) Kabob, Giguk (yogurt dish), pilow, and finally for dessert (my favorite) Baklava.
... for 4 pieces of the purple rock. I found a vendor of what he called "dates of the gods," and i could not pass up anything with such a name, so i sold two jars of my spices for enough dates to last me for the rest of my journey. Finally i used my gold pieces. Although i had already become attached to them because i had never used had anything so precious in my possession i knew i had to buy what i saw. Using my 12 ...
... Baghdad. Er .. where was that? Yes, Baghdad. But there were benefits for me. There were to be two missions and I could call into Dubai for a few days on the way north, a few days on the way south, a few days on the way north again and a few days on the way south again again! A little de-stabilising to be sure. But under the circumstances, quite a neat arrangement.
In Baghdad, the Serco project team is housed in a workers' camp built by an ...
... Military to aid them, fearing a possible invasion of his country as well. Iraq make attempts to negotiate an agreement that would allow the country to control half of Kuwait. Bush was against this proposal and decided on a complete with draw of Iraqi forces.
As night approaches, we are put to rest in a tent and we are so tired we don't even care ...
... and an ice cream parlour which is world famous.
There is no MacDonalds here which shows how deep the American sanctions are biting. It’s only a matter of time before the Syrians realise that supporting ...