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Eye-opening “short walk” in the Hindu Kush

CLIVE Darley, a retired head teacher, gave a fascinating insight into the landscape, culture and people of a mountainous and politically unstable area at the latest meeting of Penrith and North Lakes U3A.

The Hindu Kush, a Himalayan mountain border region, stretches some 500 miles, abutting Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and China with their religious and political divisions.

Clive and wife Jennifer went on a trek several years ago to this area of amazingly beautiful mountains with glaciers, torrential rivers, military zones and isolated, small communities of friendly but poverty-stricken people. Life is evidently hard for the people there, with little in the way of schooling or medical services, but their generosity, warmth and friendliness is heart-warming and humbling.

Through excellent photographs and interesting descriptions, members were given a vivid picture of the landscape of the Hindu Kush and the extremities of life there. Tales of crossing rivers in wire baskets or traversing them in small groups by wading through the turbulent waters gave some clue as to the rigours of travelling in such a remote area.

Meeting a group of well-armed horsemen just a mile from the Afghan border was a particularly frightening encounter on a simple walk round a beautiful lake. Less threatening, but very intriguing, was the highly entertaining polo match played at top speed by another group of horsemen. A different style of entertainment was offered by the group’s porters demonstrating the local dances, again involving great speed and agility but this time with gyrating, sensuous movements.

Clive also outlined examples of people travelling for three days to meet their small group of Westerners in the hope of being given simple medical treatments for their many ailments, ranging from infected feet to cataracts. The experiences of Clive, Jennifer and other members of their group were life-changing and made them contrast our Western values with those of the people they met in this remote area. As a consequence, Clive determined to help improve the lives of the people of the Hindu Kush by raising money for much-needed schools and hospitals in this region.

Eye-opening “short walk” in the Hindu Kush CLIVE Darley, a retired head teacher, gave a fascinating insight into the landscape, culture and people of a mountainous and politically unstable area