Sabour Bradley, host of "The Extreme Tourist: Afghanistan" sports the shorts and pink shirt he wore while rollerblading through Kandahar, the Taliban's spiritual capital, for the unconventional travel show.
Sabour Bradley, host of "The Extreme Tourist: Afghanistan" sports the shorts and pink shirt he wore while rollerblading through Kandahar, the Taliban's spiritual capital, for the unconventional travel show. Jacob Simkin/MCT
Sabour Bradley, host of "The Extreme Tourist: Afghanistan" sports the shorts and pink shirt he wore while rollerblading through Kandahar, the Taliban's spiritual capital, for the unconventional travel show. Jacob Simkin/MCT

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