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Sunday, July 25

27 May 2004

It's a 'slow work day' today. Nobody told us, so my group got up early to exercise, get into uniform and go to work. Then we see others around the compound wearing civilian clothes and they tell us the deal. 'Slow Work Days' are designated now and then, and we are allowed to wear civilian clothes and work  shorter day.

Nazim, our interpreter, brought me an Afghan kabob for lunch. It's a lot like a Gyro, except they use a local flat bread instead of a Pita, and there is no garlic sauce. It's pretty good. I just wonder what kind of meat it was. I suppose it was lamb.


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