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A place stuck in a time warp where history keeps repeating itself ad infinitum

It is as if history has decided this one place will never experience the calm of centuries. On the... read more

Reviewed November 2, 2014
AliK686
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Aberdeen, United Kingdom
In awe

Really just in awe about actually being there. It was 1994 just before the Taliban and problems... read more

Reviewed October 24, 2014
ChesterCatTravels
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White Rock, Canada
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Nov 2, 2014
“A place stuck in a time warp where history keeps repeating itself ad infinitum”
Oct 24, 2014
“In awe”
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This 33-mile road linking the northern frontier of Pakistan with Afghanistan traverses the Sefid Koh mountains in the Hindu Kush range.
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Landi Kotal, Pakistan
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Reviewed November 2, 2014

It is as if history has decided this one place will never experience the calm of centuries. On the surface, it is a narrow winding road that navigates through the relatively 'minor' Hindukush (when compared to the mighty Karakorum and Himalayas that it meets up...More

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Reviewed October 24, 2014

Really just in awe about actually being there. It was 1994 just before the Taliban and problems, still a strange place, got to shot Russian machine guns over the border with a bunch of odd Pakistani characters. Whole experience just surreal, and then to come...More

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Reviewed January 6, 2014

From an historical perspective,this place is writ large. A main route between 2 countries Afghanistan to the west, with Pakistan to the east. The road between these 2 countries twists and turns with the contours of the "Hindu Kush" mountains. It's easy to see why...More

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