Decorated Christmas trees dominate the scene of Chicken Street in Kabul, Afghanistan, around the Xmas festivities. With a visible existence of foreign workers in Kabul, Christmas become an event to celebrate in many international organizations or expat activities. Chicken Street is favorite expat place where rows of Afghan authentic souvenir shops are located.
Natal di Kabul (Afghanistan, 2007)
Pohon natal yang berhiaskan dekorasi warna-warni mendominasi pemandangan Chicken Street di Kabul, Afghanistan, menjelang datangnya hari Natal. Dengan keberadaan pekerja asing yang cukup signifikan di Kabul, Natal dirayakan di banyak organisasi internasional dan kegiatan para ekspatriat. Chicken Street adalah tempat favorit bagi para ekspat, karena di sinilah terletak barisan toko dan kios yang menjual suvenir khas Afghanistan.
Agustinus is an Indonesian travel writer and travel photographer. Agustinus started a “Grand Overland Journey” in 2005 from Beijing and dreamed to reach South Africa totally by land with an optimistic budget of US$2000. His journey has taken him across Himalaya, South Asia, Afghanistan, Iran, and ex-Soviet Central Asian republics. He was stranded and stayed three years in Afghanistan until 2009. He is now a full-time writer and based in Jakarta, Indonesia. email@example.com Contact: Website | More Posts