I’m in Kathmandu, Nepal. (Okay, that one was too easy.)
I don’t usually crash invitation-only garden parties where all drinks and food (and amazing food that is) are free (with neither having an invitation nor an excuse for leaving early that is).
I don’t usually remember the awesome BBQ that we had in Washington, D.C. in early June 2008.
I don’t usually meet a bunch of people where 80% of them work for one NGO or another.
I don’t usually meet people who will work in Afghanistan for extended periods of time.
I don’t usually have a girl order a drink for me (unless it’s well past the official - and even unofficial - closing time and she knows the bar staff really well).
I don’t usually happen to bump into the main country correspondent for a major international news publication while hanging out at a random bar.
I don’t usually get stopped by police and military police on my cab ride home from going out.
I don’t usually come home after an evening out in town and think it’s interesting enough to merit a blog post;-)