Pakistan, the Surreal – Asia

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Almost one year from the devastating 2005 earthquake, Azad Kashmir was still struggling to recover. Tim Tulloch sees the event, the aftermath and Pakistan with the help of Kashmiri friends.

Travels in Afghanistan: Detox With a Difference – Asia

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Caroline Hamilton's drive into the wild, desolate and remote region of central Afghanistan, over horrendous roads, was worth every second, if only to see the Minaret of Djam and the Domes of Cjhi

Backyards in Peshawar – Pakistan, Asia

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With not much to do or see, M. Elian gets lost in the backyards of Peshawar, Pakistan – and finds there is so much.

Getting to Nepal – Asia

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Traveling in the Third World can test one's patience, add stress to one's life, or be riotously funny. Some trips combine all three – this one did for Don Lynch.

Train and Hotels in the Indian Subcontinent – India, Bhutan, Asia

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Bhutan’s king decreed that “gross national happiness” is a more important goal than “gross national product”. Jay Jacobson’s train tour of India and bike trip in Bhutan turned out "most happy

A Moment of Serendipity in Sri Lanka – Sri Lanka, Asia

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Nicholas Lembo relates the experience of following a pilgrim's trail to the top of Sri Lanka's holiest mountain.

Pieces of India – India, Asia

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Courtney Pyle give us snippets of India – a country of many faces.