Despite the fact that Mazar-i-Sharif is the fourth largest city of Afghanistan, it's quite boring for tourism. Its only attractions are a unique temple complex Rozii Sharif (the Blue Mosque) and a market where
the locals spend most of the time. Another Afghan city, Faizabad, also has nothing to look at except for its two markets. So let's visit them and see how ordinary people earn their living.
Speaking about Georgia, the thing that everybody usually remembers the first is the police reform. And indeed, the most notable changes took place in this field. Before Saakashvili's accession to power the Georgian Interior Ministry was considered synonymous with corruption, lawlessness and thieves in law, but now this opinion has changed to opposite. The Georgian police hasn't been taking bribes for already several
years and, according to surveys, 87% of Georgian people have trust in this organization (only the Orthodox Church has the greater authority). Ordinary citizens say that getting rid of the traffic police was a great relief for the people... Now a Georgian police officer receives a salary of $ 500-700 (which is higher than the national average), doesn't take bribes, polite and punctual.