But when the waitress, a young Chinese woman, approached our table, we were quite surprised to find ourselves in the midst of a conversation that went something like this: Waitress: She says something in Kurdish Us: We stare blankly at her Waitress: “Kurdish? As a result, one quick drink turned into a 2.5 hour session as we sat there in the Great Shang Hai watching the place fill up with other men who also ordered nothing but drinks.And the entire time, Anil and I debated back and forth as we tried to make sense of what was really happening in this peculiar place.Note to our loyal readers: We have been truly overwhelmed and amazed at the number and quality of responses we have received. These dreams keep me alive till we meet somewhere in Northern Georgia at some point someday. We have several hundred emails we haven't even gotten a chance to read yet. But naturally, since this was Iraq, not even a simple meal of sandwiches and salad could take place without something interesting happening.
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Of course, had we taken a few minutes to properly think this plan through, we might have paused before deciding to enter this second floor restaurant.So if you don't see your own contribution listed it is not for lack of humor (well, usually) or anything else except lack of time for us to go through them all. Keep those responses coming and we'll do our best to get the best ones up for all to enjoy. Upon arrival in the southern Kurdistan city of Sulamainiyah, Anil and I instantly found ourselves giddy with joy upon discovering two Chinese restaurants in the vicinity of our hotel.