Journals Afghanistan

A Sliver of Afghanistan

Created by fallschirmhosen on May 3, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews
3 Stories

Contrary to what the media and western governments tell us, there are pockets of Afghanistan that are very safe for tourism. In September 2009 I ventured into the Wakhan Corridor, wedged between Tajikistan and Pakistan, for a week of hiking in the Pamir Mountains.

Seven Unforgettable Days in Afghanistan

Created by jorgejuan on May 12, 2006

1 Story

I had one sabbatical year and wished to emulate the romantic hippie’s way of the '60s, when they travelled overland from Europe to India.


Created by Vicel on April 20, 2005

2 Reviews
1 Story

Not your usual dream destination and not the easiest to go to, either.

a bible, a gun, and matters of faith...

Created by husain on September 28, 2002

4 Reviews

i was shooting for a tv news feature, for cbn news- a sept 11 special with american troops at the military base here. the main feature we were shooting for at the base was about army chaplains...

of many guns and loads of smiles...

Created by husain on September 28, 2002

3 Reviews
1 Story

Glad to be back, but glad i went too! the shoot went well- the first story out of kandahar has already been edited and telecast in america (a 9/11 special) am in the process now to getting all my pictures together and putting up an afghanistan page here...

Afghani Memories

Created by Overlander on September 28, 2001

1 Review
3 Stories

Bearing in mind the current turmoil in Afghanistan, I'm publishing a kind of personal memoire of time I spent in Afghanistan in the very early 70s.

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