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... VERY hot. By the end of the meal, my feet felt like they had been sitting on a radiator for an hour. But it’s a small complaint. The food was very good (especially the tomato, onion, and cucumber salad). We had 4 different kabobs (8 skewers total), bread, two salads, beers, wine, and water – all for around $35 for the six of us. It was very tasty, and I was completely satisfied with the quantity without being stuffed.
Then, we went back to the hotel and to ...
... from where I live. She's in Bishkek teaching 4th grade at an international school. I had the Lagman - an Uzbek noodle soup with beef and vegetables - very nice. I may have to return to this diner again in the next couple days.
Fri, Nov 1
It's hard to believe it's already November 1st. The days are going so fast lately. Exactly one month from today will be my return to the US.
I went out for a pre-breakfast walk to watch ...
Had fun today yanking Dave's chain about talking about the Ashes and sundry mentions of specific gravity, whatever the hell that has to do with the beer industry.
Hadn't paid much attention to the Lonely Planet blurb on the summer palace of the last emir, the rotund figure known as Alim Khan. Its proper name is Sitoria Mohi Hosa, the Star and Moon Garden, roaming peacocks the best of the present day avian species. The place had ...
... t, it does get frustrating.
Leaving town we stopped for a melon [that was less than half eaten at lunch]. The lunch break followed at 1315 for an hour. Not sure why Rachel wanted to get out a table nor exactly what the packed lunch actually was. While wholesome and good, it took an hour to unload, prep, eat and reload. Willem has the single room tonight. Will Rod Stewart be right and my four beers go [the Sisters lost the bet re any Beast/Dad action but now it's double or ...
... explore the town by ourselves. The central meeting point of Bukhara is the Leib-Hauz, which sounds very German, but apparently means "around the pool" in Uzbek. Bukhara was once the city of pools, before they started to smell too much (and the average life expectancy plummeted to 25 or something) and they were filled up. A few of them have now been re-opened, this specific one was lined with some more azure-mozaiqued medrassas, some cafes and restaurants, and a couple ...