Phoenix Otel Erbil

Address: 100m St, Near Petrol Station, Irbil, Iraq | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 100m St, Near Petrol Station, 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

... was one of the head UN members for the Syrian and Kurdish (Syrian and Iranian) refugee camps in Iraq. They call them IDPs (internally displaced persons), which is a legal definition for internal members of that country, so I don't know why, but as a political scientist I'm going to use the proper international legal term refugees. And he had a lot of issues with Iran. As he states it, many of the Iranian Kurdish refugees are actually in the employ of the Iranian ...

Hospitality like I have never experienced!!

A travel blog entry by diannev on Sep 29, 2012

4 comments, 27 photos

... days at the site.
The Yazidi people do not like shoes, therefore you enter the village with bare feet, or you wear socks.
One wonderful custom is the tying of knots in colourful fabric and making a wish - if someone comes and unties the knot then your wish comes true. When you enter the monastery you see large sheets of soft, shiny, colourful pieces of material hanging over mounds - the girls tie knots in this and make a wish that the boy they like will ask them to marry. ...

Kurdish Iraq

A travel blog entry by ragowski on Apr 26, 2012

30 photos

... looking ready to go any second and waiting for something to shoot. I wasn’t game enough to grab a photo, soft.

I need to point out as well that I only travelled in Kurdish Iraq, this is only area where the US were successful and provided a new beginning for the people (one of only 2 places in the world where the people love Americans). This area is considered relatively safe in comparison to the rest of Iraq where there are still 30 - 100 ...

The Other Iraq

A travel blog entry by dan-levitan on Feb 05, 2011

24 photos

... br> My final destination in Kurdistan was the university town of Sulaymaniyah in the far south-east. This town has a remarkably different vibe than the rest of Kurdistan. It is certainly the most Americanized as attested by the numerous fast food joints and large amount of graffiti written in English that I spotted while walking around the city. Besides the enjoyable bazaar I visited the much more somber museum called Amna Suraka, Red Security. ...

Barzan Region, Kurdistan, Northern Iraq

A travel blog entry by rebecca.mcneal on Apr 26, 2010

68 photos

... by a stream – perfect!

The Lebanese sponsored our picnic and Alisar was the main instigator and planner. We feasted on chicken, beef and lamb kabobs, fresh tabouli, salads, watermelon, fresh bread, hummus and totally enoyed ourselves with activities. The group brought along three shesha pipes and numerous flavored tobaccos. We played in the river, cooked, played cards and overall had a ...