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The Kabul you don’t see in the news Miscellaneous

The Kabul you don’t see in the news

Traveling overland through Afghanistan, Daniel C. Britt photographs images of daily life you’d never otherwise see.FOR A WESTERNER exploring Afghanistan, Kabul’s the easiest place to begin. Air travel in-and-out is safe. The Zuhak taxi service is reliable and expat-friendly, if a little pricey. Mingle with NGO-workers, mercenaries and journalists at barricaded expat hotel-bars like Gandamack and L’Atmosphere to get the 411 on your next destination or the cell phone number of a good fixer.

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Empowering girls through surfing Interesting

Empowering girls through surfing

Meet the Wahines.“A 12-year-old girl once told me that when she surfs, she feels like she can do anything,” Dionne Ybara, founder of the Wahine Project, said to me while sitting on the beach in Punta de Mita, Mexico. I was helping Dionne out as an instructor at a couple of the clinics close to where I live.

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A day in the life of an expat in Moscow Miscellaneous

A day in the life of an expat in Moscow

Even after he’d moved to Moscow, Richard Cashman found the pull of Red Square irresistible.I FELL ASLEEP WITH THE WINDOW OPEN, again, and I don’t know if it’s the freezing air or the sound of the snow plough rattling past my window that wakes me. My alarm hasn’t gone off, so it can’t be 7.30 yet. I close the window and curl up under the covers a while longer.

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5 lesser known ways to stay fit when traveling Information

5 lesser known ways to stay fit when traveling

How can you stay in shape on the road when you won’t have regular access to a gym, bicycle, pool, even a jogging trail?ONCE, AFTER RETURNING on a transpacific flight from a Christmas vacation, I planned to stay in Tokyo for two days.I arrived on December 30th and stayed out all night for New Year’s, checked out of the hotel after stumbling back in the morning, and then continued to be awake all day until an express 8-hour midnight train to Kyoto to look at some temples.

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FIFA threatens to ban Nigeria and France from world soccer Interesting

FIFA threatens to ban Nigeria and France from world soccer

The 2010 World Cup could be Nigeria’s last international tournament for some time. Photo: nova3webFIFA says it will suspend Nigeria and France from international play if the two countries’ governments don’t drop plans to meddle with their national teams.FIFA has a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to government interference in soccer, and Nigeria and France are now finding themselves on the wrong side of it.

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Backpacker’s secret guide to Cabo Polonio Miscellaneous

Backpacker’s secret guide to Cabo Polonio

Feature photo by libertinus Photo above by libertinusCabo Polonio is half mad and beautifully unusual.IF THE BRIGHT LIGHTS and crowds of Punta del Este put you off, escape it all completely for a few days of mellow madness in Uruguay´s strangest treasure.Cabo Polonio is a secret that is slowly leaking out, because once you know about it you can´t keep your mouth shut.

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