Shaherezada Khiva

Islom hoja 35, Khiva, Uzbekistan | B&B
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This B&B, located on Islom hoja 35, Khiva, is near Mount Ramelau, Comarca, and Palacio das Cincas.
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Travel Blogs from Khiva

Khiva (Uzbekistan)

A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet on Jun 18, 2014

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... take their photo (they seem to love having their photo taken). We headed back to the hotel later that morning once the heat had set in and proceeded to spend the afternoon lounging around the courtyard having a few drinks and shisha. It's tough work being a tourist. We got up early the next morning ready for a full on day up to Moynaq and Nukus. We had organised a private car (air conditioned was a must) to take us up and it took about four hours ...

In Alexander's footsteps to Bukhara

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jun 01, 2014

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... just at the point where one of us is reading about its construction by the Russians in the 1870s.

Everyone perks up when we stop for lunch at what looks like a couple of shacks; this is clearly the must-do place for lunch as several other buses are already parked outside (it may be something to do with the fact that it is the only place for lunch between Khiva and Bukhara). The smell of charcoal grilled lamb makes our mouths water, although food here is back ...

High and lowlights of old Khiva

A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on May 31, 2014

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... town again for some serious shopping and one of us splurges a whole $1 on a single present. In the meantime the town has come alive for the evening and entire families are outside their houses: children play on their tricycles, men sit around playing cards and chatting, and women sweep the streets and sprinkle water to keep the dust down. A very small car pulls up and from the back seat come tumbling out five children and their mother who all shout endless 'hello's to us as we ...


A travel blog entry by cgmcmc on May 20, 2014

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... eldest son, and yet, I still have to attain to my parents and brethren, I began to wish that this tradition was upheld in my home-city. Yet, I did not have time to ponder my thoughts because we quickly were off and into a different part of the city.

Khiva reminded me somewhat of Bukhara, as it has beautiful, ornate minarets. Lily insisted on briefly stopping the caravan so as we could admire the detailing of the minarets. She was ...

Viva, Las Khiva

A travel blog entry by marqual on Nov 04, 2013

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Sun, Nov 3

We had our last breakfast in Bukhara. The breakfast room of the hotel was actually the library in an old Jewish house - really classic. Afterwards, we loaded the trip for what would be our longest driving day in Uzbekistan. For most of the day we drove thru the Kyzylkum desert, which included a stop to buy diesel gas on the black market. There was a spare tank on our truck that was full of gas but apparently the pump ...