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Afghanistan

Traveling safely in Afghanistan is all about having the most up to date information. Things here can change quickly, but as of November 2018 these were my observations: Areas Covered: Mazar-e Sharif, Balkh, Samangan, Kabul, Panjshir Valley and the Hindu Kush/Salang Pass from Mazar to Kabul. Additional places considered safe: The Wakhan Corridor, Bamyan and...
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Panjshir Valley is considered one of the safest and most peaceful places in Afghanistan, and as it is only about hundred kilometers from Kabul, it makes it a perfect day trip for those who want to escape the traffic and busy life of the capital city. My couchsurfing host Naser had gathered some of his...
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Kabul is a massive city with its 7 million inhabitants, but with a few days to spare we were able to cover most places of interest. Noor from LBFA had arranged a room for us in a hotel that was hidden behind a kebab joint, with a narrow back room entrance and security, which felt...
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I had originally booked a flight from Mazar e Sharif, but when I heard that Noor from lets be friends Afghanistan was talking a client by road I decided to cancel my flight to join them. And it was the best decision I made in Afghanistan. The journey started with crossing desert landscape in the...
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Mazar-e Sharif is the second biggest city in Afghanistan, and is considered one of the safer ones to visit as a tourist. Me trying on a burqa at the Mazar Bazar I spent three nights in the city and explored the bazaar in search of local clothing like a Shalwar Kameez, hat, shoes and a...
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At seven in the morning, Noor was waiting bright at the reception, ready to take us to a Buddhist Stupa called Takht-e Rostam, located in the province of Samangan, about a two hour drive South East of Mazar-e Sharif. The road was mostly desert like landscape, but halfway there we drove through a pretty nice...
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My first experience with Afghanistan was to stroll around outside Kabul in search of a simcard, some food and to change some local currency. It felt quite natural to walk around in my shalwar kameez dress and talk to the locals, just like in any other Central Asian country, but I knew that if I...
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