Hyatt Regency Dushanbe
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Regency Dushanbe
great hotel, oftentimes empty. Food is OK. The burger can be tasty if youve been outside of the US for a while and is a favorite of the Embassy folks. Its also the location of many of the Embassy eents around town.
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... each for the Pamir highway.
The markets in Dushanbe were interesting. I also enjoyed food shopping in the small market stalls. I ate two fried cottage cheese pastries with some tomatoes and three pears for desert.
I also met Matt this afternoon (who has just come off an overland truck in Africa). Late afternoon, I got a determined second wind and decided to go to the city centre. I jumped on a mini bus outside the hotel. We must be some ...
... that reach unbelievable heights, still interspersed with the odd Afghan village. Excuse me for this (no doubt inadequate) description of scenery.
“I won't bore you with descriptions of mountains, exclamations that mean nothing and canvases that convey nothing, especially to those who have never been in these places, nor with statistical observations which, I'm certain, no one would bother to read.”
Luckily though, I can call upon one medium ...
The wisest thing we did today was invest in the whole back seat of a shared taxi rather than having someone squished in the middle. It did come at a premium of US$100 for the privilege though. Expensive yes, but it was from Samarkand to the border town of Denau, some 360km away. When haggling with the drivers Sam was approached by a couple of gypsy's asking for money. When he said no one of them waved a pot of burning leaves at him. Let's hope she hasn't put some weird gypo curse ...
... no radicals here. Instead they are very warm hearted people. When ever they great you or say thank you they place their hand over their heart and give a slight bow. As always I great them with a smile and sometime ask if I can take their picture. No matter where I travel, it seems like the people who live the most simply are always the most hospitable. Going out of their way to make you feel welcome. Unfortunately the end of day two in the field saw me with a terrible case ...
... crossing and then pent hours in a queue to get in. The next step was the customs procedure - this time they sent Ben in to get the documents stamped, while I supervised their check of the car. Four customs officials each headed to a different part of the car and luggage, doing their usual drill of pulling things out and asking questions. They seemed satisfied we had no contraband, so then they turned the 'conversation' to Ben and ...