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The joy of travelling includes that ever present ‘adventure factor’. Going on a big trip you are bound to come across a few minor inconveniences: losing your bank card, Braille mattresses that are harder than stone, having your bus break down in the middle of the Kyzylkum desert in a sand
It is all part of the fun! I did say 'fun' right?
I was awakened by the sounds of kids walking down the street on their way to school. I do love it when my room in a foreign country faces the street. I went to get a Coke from the corner store, and just sat on the hotel steps and watched them all go by. Nearly all were being walked by a parent or grandparent. Many greeted me. They wear black and white as a uniform. The girls often have white puffs on their hair. Breakfast was yummy with crepes and quince preserves, which I've never ...
... br> As we wandered through the centre of this picturesque city, observing some locals playing backgammon, our ears began to fill with a sweet tune. Following the melody, we came across a stall showcasing an eclectic mix of native stringed instruments, while its proprietor continued to entertain us, along with the surrounding crowd, with harmonious music. We attempted to move on, but his playing lulled us back. We were then privy to ...
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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... largest minaret (in circumference at least ) is the Kalta Minor minaret. You will see it featured in the photo of the Khiva skyline. Building began in 1851 by Mohammed Amin Khan who supposedly wanted to build a minaret so high that the view would stretch as far as Bukhara ( more than 400 km away ). He dropped dead in 1855 and it was never finished. Hence its rather squat proportions.
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