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April 2007

Overseas Assignment 2007: Seeing Bright “Orange” in Kabul (Day 7)

Orange Lamp Kabul

After getting bored watching movies on my laptop and playing games, I took out my camera and started to play with the orange ambience lighting in the hotel. This is what happens when one is stuck in the hotel room with nothing much to do, one will start to get creative.

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Taking a break!

(Day 5 in Kabul)

After couple of days of arrival in Kabul, we finally had a feel of the Afghan culture when we were treated to a dinner with a local band belting out local Afghan songs. A couple of “hindustani” songs was also sang when the band team leader noted a couple of “Indians” in the Malaysian group.… [Click to read the rest] “Taking a break!”

Morning Traffic

(Day 4 in Kabul)

It may not be up to standard of our heavily tolled local roads around KL but the roads in Kabul is doing what it intended to do – move people and goods from one part of the city to another.

As Kabul is surrounded by mountains, the link between the normal tarred roads and the unpaved mountain roads is best described as the link between water and oil.… [Click to read the rest] “Morning Traffic”

Overseas Assignment 2007: Ravishing Delicious Kabul Food

Barbari Afghan Food Bread

If there is one thing that could take off our mind from work and to some extent, the country that we been in now, it has to be food. One of the best things you can get on a daily basis is warm delicious Afghan bread with roasted chunks of mutton.  

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