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... things like prisoners with chains around their necks. I would really encourage you to have a Google of Gorsky - his huge collection of photographs are an amazing insight into a lost world.
The following day we headed out of the city to the palace of the last Emir of Bukhara, Alim Khan. He was very much a leader in the "Arabian Nights" mould, complete with turban and harem and yet lived until 1944 (spending his remaining days in exile in Afghanistan), ...
... and centered with a deep pool of water. The square, known as Lyabi Hauz ("lips of the water") is a popular picturesque tourist spot during the day, and is surrounded by restaurants and cafes and musicians and nightlife in the evening.
Rustam gave us a bit of an orientation tour of Bukhara, which also happens to be his hometown. He walked us through Lyabi Hauz, the market areas, a spot where an ancient hammam is in the process ...
We spend a couple of days waiting for our entry visa for Uzbekistan to start. In these parts visa are issued for pre arranged dates and our estimates were out by a couple of days. Not to worry things could be worse. The border crossing was relatively uneventful. Our car was searched pretty carefully, the security man doing the search asks Darren if we are carrying any Ak's. ...
E: Ahead of schedule, we arrived in Turkmenabat- a hardly credible feat. The only thing we saw of note in the town were two final statues of PforL. Our guide brought us to the basement of what appeared to be some type of tourist centre. In a country virtually made out of natural gas, to our baffled amusement, there was a power cut. However, the wait for breakfast was brief, and after a feed of fried eggs, bread and tea, we made for the border.
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* Khiva's old city is preserved in its entirety. Yes, it's touristy, yes, it's like a large city museum and yes, the vendors sell kitsch. But for all that, it is still charming and the sunset views from up on the city walls are magical.
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