Very interesting 🙂
Each week, Camp Eggers stages a bazaar at which local venders come and sell their wares. The Afghans sell everything at the bazaar. One can purchase everything from rugs, tapestries, paintings by local artists, jewelry gems and bootlegged products ranging from Rolex Watches to newly released movies or TV programs.
Today, however, was the Women’s Bazaar. This event is specially sponsored to give women in Kabul a chance to develop their micro-businesses and, I think, to give them the experience of mixing with other cultures and peoples. A sort of manner in which to broaden these women’s horizons and opportunities.
It’s a bit nerve tingling to walk through this bazaar. It’s much smaller. Much more open and airy than the usual bazaar. The items on offer are much more limited. There were no carpets, no bootleg DVDs, no fake Rolex watches. It was mostly handicrafts and jewelry with a smattering…
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