It’s week 32 of the wandering hippie journey by “Stevie Wander” some fifty years ago. This week we find him in Kabul, Afghanistan. He spends several days exploring the town. Stevie describes life on the road as a hippie, the rough go of it, language barriers, the food challenges, lack of bathroom facilities, etc. Stevie Wander departs Afghanistan by way of the Kabul River Gorge to enter Pakistan and travel through the dangerous Khyber Pass. Then he boards an all-night train ride that takes him to Lahore, Pakistan, close to the border with India. Come hear more about this once-in-a-lifetime adventure on the Hippie Trail.
Co-author Steve Reifman celebrates the 50th anniversary of the ultimate hippy trail journey. His adventure, the inspiration for the book Wanderer co-written with F.T. Burke, took him across four continents through 26 countries in 1970-1971. Now, on the Golden Anniversary of his adventure, Steve Reifman – or “Stevie Wander,” as he likes to be called – tells the true tales behind the story.
Join Stevie on a weekly adventure, kicked off on September 30th, 2020. Click on this Playlist link to get introduced and catch up with all the adventurous clips in this Weekly Wanderer series.