Parinen Inn

69/50 Lenin Street, Khorog, Tajikistan | Inn
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This inn is located on 69/50 Lenin Street, Khorog.
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    Travel Blogs from Khorog

    Khorog, Tajikistan: Afghanistan

    A travel blog entry by samber on Nov 08, 2013

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    With dawn breaking to a new morning we woke to a woman sweeping leaves outside our window and chickens clucking. Having come down with a cold the day before I was feeling not much better but at least well rested after a good 10 hrs sleep. Better still, the animals upstairs stopped their scratchings and nothing seeped through the ceiling. It doesn't matter where you are in the world, I think its pretty safe to say most people go about their ...

    Have you ever been to the Wakhan Valley?

    A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on May 14, 2013

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    Have you ever been to a place that is full of culture and scenery? A place that is on the border of Tajikistan and Afghanistan, the border being a flowing river. Have you ever explore old fortresses, Buddhist stupas and caves? Have you ever had the opportunity to throw stones at Afghanistan? Look, what we are getting at is the real question, 'Have you ever been to the Wakhan Valley?'

    If you have ever driven through the Pamirs, you ...

    Burnt out cars, bullet holes and trouble...

    A travel blog entry by timshazz on Jul 26, 2012

    25 photos

    The first checkpoint was easy enough and we all breathed a sign of relief, none more so than Helgar. The scenery was certainly beautiful and we all felt comfortable enough to have a couple of photo shoots.

    The first sign of uncertaintly came when we stopped for lunch at Alychur. Two French backpackers we had met two days ago were sitting dejectedly outside the cafe. They had been hitchhiking across to Khorog where they had left their favourite camera while ...

    Gorges and Soviet Armor

    A travel blog entry by silkroad2012 on May 19, 2012

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    After a very uncomfortable night for the bald guy, the worst seems to be over and we get on the road for Khorog around 9am. Today we have 220km to cover, again on very bad roads as we skirt the Afghan border East towards the Pamir mountains. In terms of the scenery it is more of the same - a steep sided valley with a very large and rough river running through it. The Tajik side is much more ...

    Due Diligence

    A travel blog entry by silkroadstu on Oct 20, 2011

    1 photo

    When travelling it pays to do some research on forms of transport available, costs and agreements that need to be made. In Murghab we were interested in getting to Khorog via the Wakhan Valley which runs parallel for most of the journey with the Afghanistan border, separated only by the Amu-Darya river. It also follows the Pamir Highway which is regarded as one of the world's great highways. We needed a 4WD for the trip that would take us 4 days and 500km. Awaking in ...