Monthly Archives: March 2011

Some random views from my world

This was originally posted on http://www.pomegranateveils.com The first is a gardener at a guesthouse in Kabul. The photo was take over the shoulder of the driver and escort while we were waiting on the person we were picking up there. … Continue reading

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In celebration of New Day and the first day of Bahâr (spring)

Originally posted on http://www.pomegranateveils.com I have March 20 and 21 off work thanks to the Nowruz (also spelled as norooz and pronounced as NO-ROOZ) which marks the beginning of the Persian year 1390; the day is sometimes called Mela-E-Samanak here in Afghanistan. Here … Continue reading

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It is the little things

Kabul is an exhausting place to be. At least it is for me and most of the people with whom I work. Sure part of it is the security situation; this is especially true since the supermarket bombing a few … Continue reading

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