Le Grande Plaza Hotel
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Overnattede på vej ind og ud af landet. Anden gang var det et kort ophold med afgang kl 01.45. Bruseren var i stykke med revnet slange, som det var for sent at fixe..
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... at 11:00 and was given the same answer, no approval received. "But our plane leave tomorrow," Dave gasped. "Okay, call back at 4PM," the Consul said.
When he called back at 4:00, the Consul said "Can you get your passport over here within the hour?" He had been given the Green Light to give us our visas without the approval from the Indian Embassy in Washington). "Hell, yeah!" Rush hour had tied up all the taxis which ...
... tempted to change some more money by a guy waving crispy 5000 som notes. Most deal 1000 some notes. Today was the first time we'd seen those. It would reduce the big piles we're lugging substantially. Wouldn't you know, the guy tried to short change Dave. Dave as always, stayed calm and composed and told the guy he still owed him 40000 som. The guy laughed smugly and pulled out calculator and acted as if they agreed on a fraction more ...
... retiring to the hotel. Here we had no choice but to tarry in the bar, for the following morning we were losing the first of our band, India, who was flying to her namesake. Here we were joined by a friend of Liz (she had spent time working in the country last year)- Amin, an architect, who though of Crimean Tatar heritage, was born and reared in Uzbekistan. An excellent night ensued.
Wed 17th: A nourishing breakfast saw us left with three hours ...
... the doctor's mouth - to keep it closed.
This is the season for marriages, and we have seen brides everywhere we have been. Ramadan ended a week ago, and fruits and vegetables are in season, so prices are somewhat cheaper for the celebrations. Two ceremonies occur on the wedding day. In the morning a religious ceremony with a mullah takes place, and the bride wears a traditional dress. Later that afternoon, the couple goes to the government office to sign the marriage ...
... served as the gateway to Afghanistan, the route through which the Soviets invaded in 1979 and currently as a re-supply base for the USA in the ongoing conflict. Not a country to fly quietly below the radar. The cities have been conquered by Alexander the Great, literally obliterated by Ghengis Khan (including 99%25 of the population), reborn (not without bloodshed and mass destruction elsewhere) under Amir Timur and annexed by the USSR. In spite of all the tumult (and helped ...