Walking Across the length of Afghanistan, just after the fall of the Taliban.
I enjoyed many parts of it, but the arrogance and sense of entitlement of the author really bothered me at times. But it’s still a good read about burning shoe leather in search of adventure because there are lots of lessons to be learned.
It’s not a travel book, and it’s certainly not a Civics lesson. Instead, I’d call it a learning experience of what he encountered, and how it changed his perception and attitude towards the region.
A most worthy read.