Category Archives: safety

Musings, Reflections and Random Moments in Sulimanayah

1.  Heat. It’s hot now.  Every day is really, really hot.  The actual, reported, official temperature during the summer here, like in the UAE, is not accurate; it’s always underreported.  The reported temperature at the moment (10:30 am) in Suli … Continue reading

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Apparent safety

It often seems as though things are safer here than they are in almost any place I’ve seen or been.  As mentioned before, the Peshmerga guards are everywhere: in front of our apartment building, in front of the university, at … Continue reading

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