This is Baba Jan in the beautiful district of Kama. I was out with my mapping team when we met him. We were passing by his hut he gave us a shout and offered us watermelon. We stopped and sat down with him. He asked us to wait for him to finish his hash. “I enjoy the conversation then,” he said. Baba Jan has a small store right across from his hut which is run by his 9-year-old daughter. He hard ever leaves his kut, the bed in the hut. He is a very hospitable person. There are always a bunch of youngsters sitting around him and he tells them tales of his youth. He asked what brought us to their place and we told him about our mapping project on the open source site of OpenStreetMap. I told him about our endeavor to map the whole province for humanitarian and education purposes. He was happy and offered to show us around next time we were in town. At the end I asked him for his phone number to visit him next time. He did not have a phone. Funny story how Baba Jan gives hash to a member of his gang in return for every phone call he makes from his phone.