Grand Mir Hotel
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... agitated about something and was shouting at us in Russian. At first our approach was to stay in the car and hope that he would go away. He didn't and was particularly keen to get in the mini by trying to pull the windows down. He hadn't seen the tents yet in the shadows but had managed to find a rock that he was now carrying. At this point Kris, Matt and I got out of the cars to try and get rid of him while Leanne woke the two in the tents. We needed to get out of here and ...
... 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 ...
... The rising moon over the Kalyon Minaret completed the grand setting and the next few hours showcased some amazing talent. Also captured on national TV was the not quite so amazing 'dad dancing' talent of yours truly. Great fun though. Oh yes and I think there were one or two blue tiles in Bukhara. At this point I think I should mention the heat. Even mad dogs don't sightsee in 38 degree heat. Tourists however have no choice and remarkably we have perfected the art of ...
... of the past. What an error. Yes, each country has its own problems and challenges, but our impression was that they are getting on with managing these in their own way and are certainly not in need of being told what to do by others. In fact, we in the west could learn a thing or two from them about taking pride in public spaces and infrastructure and maintaining them properly. China in particular was overwhelming in the scale, ...
... back to the hotel I ran into Mindy and Sam and they invited me to dinner. We went to a Korean restaurant and I had the sushi that has spam and egg instead of raw fish. There are quite a few Koreans living in Uzbekistan and a number were eating at this restaurant tonight so it must be good!
My general impression of Uzbekistan is that it's much less third world than Kyrgyzstan. The roads are quite good here and sidewalks are level (less worry about tripping ...