The weather in Nuuk is already cold and snowy, and it's been nice to cuddle back up into sweaters, down coats, scarves, and toques. But before I go on about Greenland, I want to post a few pictures of my travels in and out of Kabul. During my time in Afghanistan I had the chance to travel to Bamyan, an ancient Buddhist center in the central highlands of the country, and also Mazar-i-Sharif, a northern town in Balkh Province. Due to security incidents that restricted my travel, I wasn't able to visit all the places I had hoped to, so I plan to return to Afghanistan for two short trips before and after Christmas to complete my project.
I didn't take many pictures, but hopefully these give you a taste of the country.
As I type, a blowing mix of snow/rain is beating at the window and the wind is gusting around 30 miles per hour. A good day to hole up inside and enjoy our recently-arrived shipment, which includes a large stash of Kraft macaroni and cheese, my piano, and more movies and books than one could ever need.