Map Courtesy of WikiPedia The fortress at the entrance to the village of Aq Tash Sometimes, surreal is the norm, not the exception. Our team was visiting Aq Tash Village in Khanabad District, Kunduz Province a while back. As we … Continue reading
Afghanistan actually owes its existence, as a national entity, on trade. It lies astride the famous “Silk Road” that ran from China to Europe, ending at the stone bridge, or “steinbrucke” in modern-day Regensburg, Germany. Odd fun fact: our family … Continue reading
An American University in Kabul.
Bricks that build a country.
On Industry and Western Blindness.
An essay on Open Eyes and Mind, while “Walking the Walk”.
There’s a Reason Some Roads Are Less Travelled; or How I Almost Killed My Friends. (Part 2 of a 2 Part Story).