This is a bakery with the underground oven. You can only see the top opening where the bread is smacked through with a special glove. When you look carefully you can see one bread sticking to the oven's wall.
Quetta September 28th 2005 Quetta is still in the desert of Baluchistan but it is at higher altitude an surounded by mountains. Here I frist felt what it is like to be in Pakistan. If you come from Iran many things are worse. The people are less friendly and sometimes you start feeling like the German 'walking money bag' because many people are just after your money.
The quality and the taste of bread is also something to ... read more
Asia » Pakistan The separation in 1947 of British India into the Muslim state of Pakistan (with two sections West and East) and largely Hindu India was never satisfactorily resolved, and India and Pakistan have fought two wars - in 1947-48 and 1965 - over the disput... ... read more
This travelblog is about the places I have visited during my world trip in 2005/2006. Starting in Germany it covers many places in the Middle East, in Asia, in Australia, and in New Zealand. On the way back I visited some parts of South America, Central America and the US. In the end I got on board a container ship to get back to Europe. Have fun browsing the journals.... full info