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  • Excuse Me, Have You Seen My Headless Goat?Steps to Play Buzkashi (the national sport of Afghanistan and common throughout Central Asia): 1. Take a headless goat. 2. Get on a horse. [img= Posted by SB Hermitage in Shelley in The Stan | Sep 4, 2017
  • The Afghan PeopleSaving the best for last: it is a cliche when you travel to say "Oh, these people are the friendliest people" but in all seriousness, the Afghan people ARE the friendliest, most authentic and genuine people I have ever met. Posted by SB Hermitage in Shelley in The Stan | Sep 6, 2017
  • Welcome to the Roof of the WorldThat's what this place is called: the Roof of the World, and for good reason. It has some of the most spectacular untouched scenery, just on the other side of the Hindu Kush (beyond which lies Pakistan). Our elevation, by Posted by SB Hermitage in Shelley in The Stan | Sep 6, 2017
  • Building Roads in AfghanistanPeople have asked me, what's been the highlight of this trip? This is it: We discover that the road ahead has supposedly been washed out. We arrive to the spot we are to cross and find this. Posted by SB Hermitage in Shelley in The Stan | Sep 4, 2017
  • A Day in the Life, Afghan EditionHere are a few shots of typical Afghan life, just to give you a sense of how they live: [i]Ladder up to the roof of the house; I p Posted by SB Hermitage in Shelley in The Stan | Sep 4, 2017
  • A Day in the Life, Traveller's EditionMany people have asked what we get up to on a daily basis...what attractions do we see, what do we do every day? The answer is: not much (with the exception of a few upcoming blog entires). We travel from village Posted by SB Hermitage in Shelley in The Stan | Sep 3, 2017
  • First Impressions of AfghanistanWhat to say about Afghanistan other than it is a world inside a bubble. Aside from the old Toyota Corollas meandering through the streets, this country appears to have been untouched by the rest of the world. The first things Posted by SB Hermitage in Shelley in The Stan | Aug 31, 2017
  • Life on the Road: Afghan EditionTo say that the roads in Afghanistan are rough is the understatement of the century. Every day, without fail, our caravan gets stuck: we have flat tires, we get stuck in the mud, or most commonly, we get stuck in Posted by SB Hermitage in Shelley in The Stan | Aug 31, 2017
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  • Arriving in Melbourne ARRIVING IN MELBOURNE The crossing of Bass Straight wasn't as calm as expected, but it was OK. Virtually no sleep though. Off the Spirit before daylight, a quick check of the load and trailer and off to meet Andrew and Clint. Arriving Posted by PETERnHILAIRE in PAC 01-07-17 FJRs Tour of Oz | Jun 8, 2017
  • 感悟了波蘭社會的當代文化後三宮,左、右為東、西六宮,後為御花園,這些是皇帝、皇后、妃嬪們的寢宮和活動場所。在此以外,東有皇極殿、甯壽宮、養性殿、樂壽堂等建築,習稱外東路,為準備皇帝退位後生活所建。西有慈甯宮、壽康宮、壽安宮等建築,習稱外西路,專供皇太后、太皇太后、太妃、太嬪等起居之用。皇子們的居所原在東、西六宮之後,稱東、西五所,後遷至甯壽宮之南,稱南三所。乾清門外東有九卿值房,為九卿值班處;西有軍機處,為軍機大臣值班所。養心殿位於西六宮南,為雍正以後清朝皇帝日常辦公的地方,同時用於召見臣僚。與之相對稱的地方為奉先殿,是供奉祭祀 Posted by Ykinbin in 到北京慢慢看看紫禁之城 | Aug 30, 2015
  • Day 1We arrived at school and organize, bags to packed onto the bus we had a role call and left school then we arrived at st Kilda and eat recess then we went on a scavenger hunt. Identifiying simple michines Posted by Stjaks45 in Jacob's Camp Jornal | Jun 30, 2015
  • German backpacker survives icy fall on Mt TongariroA 19-year-old German backpacker has been hospitalised after sliding 50 metres down an icy slope near the summit of Mt Tongariro today. The man and his three companions were hiking over the Tongariro Alpine Crossing about 1pm when he slipped and Posted by Carter1111 in news | May 20, 2015
  • ACROVINASA Training day 4! Bali HELLO! If you read my last entry, you know that we went out dancing last night. Soooo... this morning I was very tired! I woke up pretty late around 6:15 am, went down to the yoga deck for Posted by SunshineRaae in Bali and Beyond | Mar 8, 2015
  • Surfingdfgdfgdfg Posted by camsandwell in Wicked trip | Jun 4, 2014
  • Camel Capital Camel Train, south of Kabul ===Friday 12-8-1966 and Saturday 13-8-1966=== [b]We left Herat by the Afghan Mail bus about 5 pm Friday and drove through the night, except Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Dec 20, 2013
  • Melons and Minarets===Thursday 11-8-1966=== [b]Crossing Afghanistan last time was hell. Freezing temperatures, sickness, dilapidated transport and the appalling condition of the unsealed roads made it day after day of torture. But this time it will be different. We ar Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Dec 14, 2013
  • Deja Vu===Tuesday 9-8-1966=== [b] We got the expected communal prayer chant on the bus last night and again this morning. The cheer leader was an exuberant little Arab kid from Iraq, much to everyone’s amusement. He was a happy little Posted by Ozac in Back Down Shoestring Road | Dec 12, 2013
  • Staying Safe(ish) in Afghanistan“Ask, it’s damn stupid to enter a war zone. If somebody wanna go to Afghanistan they can become a soldier.” This was a reply from an acquainted when I told Facebook I considered travelling to Afghanistan. [float=left][img=https://photos.travellerspoint.c Posted by askgudmundsen in Asia Less Travelled | Jul 14, 2013
  • The Afghanistan You Don’t See on TVSo, Afghanistan is a backwater of medieval clan leaders fighting to resist any attempt to modernize their country, educate girls or limit their opium growing, while they are blowing up government buildings in Kabul… right?[float=left][img=https://photos.t Posted by askgudmundsen in Asia Less Travelled | Jul 10, 2013
  • Border Troubles pt. II – Escaping AfghanistanWhich country would you least be denied to exit from? If I had made a list before this trip, Afghanistan would probably have been high on that list… When I left you in [[|part one]] I was trying to figure out Posted by askgudmundsen in Asia Less Travelled | Jul 7, 2013
  • Shines to count ZhangYuQi he Valentino show appearance by wearing a of being red windbreaker jacket ZhangYuQi foreign media described as an "international Rain" from the East, describe her is to set foot on the mainland actress of international status. Whether this praise is Posted by tangying3 in tangying3 | Mar 19, 2013
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  • AfghanistanAfghanistan is a country close to the center of the Asia. It's bordered by Pakistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Iran and in the far southeast, China. The population is 30,420,000. The land area is 251,772 sq miles. The GDP per capita Posted by JPalmer15 in My World Trip | Oct 29, 2012
  • Afghanistan and TajikistanWell you’ve gotta go off-piste sometimes… And whilst I’ve never actually been skiing it has been a pretty intense couple of weeks, traveling in Afghanistan, held at gunpoint (again) then spending a few days in a police cell and being deported Posted by carlswall in 2wyvernsonmychest | Jul 10, 2011

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