Monthly Archives: September 2010
Kabul is a city of walls and gates. A city where homes that could fit into Miami or southern California neighborhoods sit next to shells of buildings and mud huts. The homes that are designed to be shared by several … Continue reading
Street fair, shopping bazaar, or roadway — you decide
As photographic evidence to supplement my traffic post, here are a few photos taken while stuck in a traffic snarl on the way to the market this morning.
My first encounter with traffic seemed extreme but I have since realized that it was quite calm as it was Friday and the quietest day in Kabul. I have tried to figure out how to describe the traffic in Kabul. … Continue reading
The long road from Indiana to Kabul
My original itinerary was to leave the US on the evening of August 2. I was still frantically trying to get things packed and to storage, boxes packed to ship to Kabul, and suitcases packed to take with me as … Continue reading