On Industry and Western Blindness. Advertisements
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Tagged Afghanistan, agriculture, construction, culture, economic development, farming, geography, how-to, scenery, travel
An essay on Open Eyes and Mind, while “Walking the Walk”.
Posted in Agriculture, Education, Food, How stuff is made, Shopping, Uncategorized
Tagged adventure, Afghanistan, agriculture, anthropology, children, construction, culture, education, farming, food, geography, Hazara, mountains, pictures, scenery, travel
This is a guest blog by my good friend, Zok. Zok is an interesting character, a person who has lived through the break up of the former Yugoslavia, and expert on ethnic relations, a talented geographer, a gifted photographer and … Continue reading
Dung Na’an and Fresh Yoghurt.
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Tagged adventure, Afghanistan, agriculture, bread, calf, children, cow, dung, education, farming, food, fort, Kabul, na'an
Illustrated above is one of our forays into Kabul, Afghanistan. Lest I give the impression otherwise, in many ways Kabul is a thoroughly modern city of 5+ million people, where one often finds polar opposites. It is a city with … Continue reading