Shooting a Kalashnikov rifle is an unusual tourist activity but one I experienced during my travels in Pakistan’s North-West Frontier.
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Kashgar is an oasis town in China’s northwest province of Xinjiang. The city is home to Uyghur people, fat-tailed sheep, and one of the best markets in Asia.
On my first visit to Pakistan in 1992, I spent a week or so relaxing in Altit, a tranquil village deep in the Hunza Valley, staying at Ali’s Guesthouse.
What was it like backpacking in China and Tibet in the mid ’90s? A comparison of travelling independently in China and Tibet twenty years ago and today.
What was it like backpacking in Cambodia in the early 90s? An account of travelling to Cambodia in October 1992 to Phnom Penh, Battambang and Angkor Wat.