So we made it to our hostel and started chatting with the owner. The unpleasant surprise was that restaurants were closed due to the three days muslim celebration of ¨feast of sacrifice¨ . As we probably looked pretty hungry, the owner invited us to have dinner with his family. It was a full table that …
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A glance of the Pamir highway.
Something we noticed in Tajikistan is that people love to pose for photos. The happiness on their faces when they see their own photos, reminds me once again why I love photography so much!
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