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Unformatted text preview: Afghans a greater advantage to be respected by security/government, but not fully. Also, being with a European American also increased the Afghans advantages. A lot of the hotels, restaurants, etc. are intended for the internationals and not the locals. This can be seen by the expensive prices such as a hotel for about 250 dollars per night. Many of the Afghans have limited access to electricity, phone, water, internet, and more as a result of low income and high cost of living. People usually travel by bicycle, bus, or even taxi (if they have a good job). The presentation by Jennifer Fluin really enlightened me about many aspects of Afghanistan that would have never crossed my mind. I would love to learn more about her findings in Kabul if an opportunity arises. Hobbs, April Geography 1101-Trauger EXTRA CREDIT...
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- Spring '10
- Geography, Kabul, Geography 1101-Trauger EXTRA, 1101-Trauger EXTRA CREDIT