Around Rakaposhi

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Brian H Jones, May 30, 2010 - Travel - 147 pages
The western Himalayas and the Karakoram range ' earthquakes ' landslides ' the world's highest paved international highway (dangerous, too) - ethnic tensions ' ancient cultures ' staggering beauty: 'Around Rakaposhi' is an account of two and a half years of living, working, and travelling among the Muslim people of the remote yet politically sensitive regions of 'Pakistani Kashmir'.

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Brian is an Australian citizen who was born and raised in South Africa. He is a former academic who has lived and worked in South Africa, Canada, Namibia, Pakistan and now Australia. He has also lived and studied in the United Kingdom on three occasions, twice as a post-graduate student (he has a Ph.D. from the University of Edinburgh) and once as a post-doctoral fellow. Brian is married to Marie, and they have two married sons (one in Australia and one in Namibia) as well as two grandchildren.

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