Sunday, February 12, 2012

Contemporary Buses in Baghdad

Before 1991 there were buses in Baghdad that got numbers. They got fixed hours and destinations. Nowadays, we don't have buses, we got minibuses. We got minibuses with no numbers nor fixed anything. The minibuses have no mark nor name. You must ask the driver with a loud voice: "Where to?" and he will answer you with a shout the destination he is heading to.  

Yesterday the mini-bus was empty and the driver was standing far shouting the name of the quarter. The wind was cold and dry.  


tracy said...

Hello Sami, my Dear Friend.

i tried to comment on your facebook about Psychiatry, however, it didn't work. It sounded like you were happy to be back in Psychiatry, i hope that is true. If only you were in the US ;)

i am in Utah , staying with my Mom for an undeterminded amount of time..i think ihave your e-mail-i hope.

Please take care of yourself, my saidke,

saminkie said...

Hiiiiiii Tracy, how happy i am to recieve these words from you my Dear Sadika!!!

I will google Utah and read a little about this state. I will try to email you also.

Please take care and Salam to your Mom,