K. Komil Bukhara Boutique Hotel
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... been rescued from the bin and fried- highly plausible, since three independent sources concurred that it had all the texture of a mouthful of dirt. The only saving grace was that we had some alcoholic beverages, as well as our own sound system blasting out Uzbek pop!
Since the bill only came to about €7 each, we weren't too dismayed. We left the restaurant with bellies full of laughter rather than food, and fond memories of the Uzbek dining experience! ...
... 9th century founder of Sufism. Sufism is a sect of Islam perhaps best known for its whirling dervishes and the poet, Rumi. Nakshbandi thought it wasn't fair that only rich people would have access to spiritual advisors and, hence, a shot at heaven. So he insisted that the spiritual teachers have a profession that provided them income and therefore not have to rely on the donations of the people. Sufism emphasizes purification, meditation, and bringing oneself closer to ...
30 May We arrived in Bukhara and walked to our very central hotel, once again with airconditioning, which was great as it is still very hot. Our hotel is an old caravanserei (old silk road motel as our guide describes it) and the rooms are large. I have been really impressed with the hotels we are staying at, it makes it feel more like cheating... not that I am complaining. We have been in Bukhara for 3 nights, which has been a real welcome break from moving every night. Bukhara ...
... where we were told they had limited choices. The girls all opted for the lentil soup (which was good), while the boys all took the chicken and rice (which was fine). Then, around 3pm, it was time to head to the border.
So, the border crossing. First, the drive begins with a detour from the main road, alongside the canal, and, just when you start to wonder if you’re lost, a building – not covered in white marble – appears in the distance. The process began at ...
... a tour this morning of some significant sites outside the city area - firstly to an sacred Sufi mosque and then to the restored Summer Palace of the last Emir of Bukhara. Also, Nerrida and I took our lovely guide Mashkura for a women's outing to the gorgeous Silk Road Tea House, where we lounged on sofas and sipped herb and spice teas, and cardomen and cinnamon Turkish style coffees, with plates of local sweet treats. We have to leave Uzbekistan tomorrow and we'll be doing it very ...