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October 22nd, 2006 | categorizilation: all categories,Tajikistan

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English Summary: After an epic 24 hour bus ride, I am now in Dushanbe. So far I have been interested in only one thing. Food. And lots of it. Cereal, bread, Chinese, chicken shishkebabs…all soooooo gooooooood.


Beaurocracy made me do it! (Khorog, Tajikistan) / とうとうバスで移動してしまいました(タジキスタン、ハログ町)

Beaurocracy made me do it! (Khorog, Tajikistan) / とうとうバスで移動してしまいました(タジキスタン、ハログ町)

Dushanbe, Tajikistan / タジキスタン、ドウシャンベ


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Comment by Rach Callander — October 31, 2006 @ 2:44 pm | post a comment

Hey Rob

I am knid of in an exhausted daze now after reading through your latest entries…. that whole perseverence thing…. I reckon you are becoming a master at it and thats a pretty great thing to be good at. It's funny after reading your entires i often just sit and stare out the window for a while and try and picture where you are and send you little vibes of good stuff. They may not reach you tho as it is a long way to travel and none of them have visas or passports.

Comment by Rob Thomson — November 1, 2006 @ 2:34 am | post a comment

Rach, I think some of those vibes are getting through. I'm feeling great now! (Or maybe it's because I've been eating so much good food here in Dushanbe for the last week).

Comment by Mum — November 3, 2006 @ 3:44 pm | post a comment

What's with the flag being tied on to the top of the vehicle? Is that the 'bus'?

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