Grand Mir Hotel
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... well as the development of paleolithic and bronze age cultures in what is now Uzbekistan.
One monument that I think deserves some comment is the Monument to the WW II dead. It is in a large park and quite a few Uzbek citizens were visiting it. It has two long one story outdoor shelters that contain the individual names of 400,000 dead Uzbeki soldiers engraved on copper plates. If there were 400,000 ...
... might happen, but having two guys as best friends and a whatsapp group with them that sends pictures right into my camera role I was still worried I might have overlooked something... It all went good fortunately though. Kavi, the guy from New Zealand, was asked for sexy pictures and sexy movies on his phone and laptop. At least they were sorta funny about it otherwise the immigration officers would have been even more creepy. Anyways, I was very happy when I was finished. At the ...
... and probably said something like 'don't let the door hit you in the ass on your way out." Our LP guidebook wasn't much help either. We threw ourselves on the mercy of a local taxi driver to get us to the right place. When he delivered us to the Tashkent Taxi stand, we were so relieved that we didn't care that he overcharged us and paid the $2 without a fuss :>
The mob of taxi touts and drivers flocked upon us like ...
... direction. It was only a 20 minute walk from there.
One American Guy Has Been Waiting Three Weeks
At the large metal Embassy gate, the guards inspected our paperwork and noticed the date discrepancy and told us to return the next day. We asked him to call and check if they could possibly see us today. He handed Dave the phone.
Dave asked how long it typically takes to get a visa. He said he they do ...
At 10 am my Silk Route tour starts with a quick brieving. Me and Helen are the only new onces and a few of the others are there to welcome us. Ten of us will be travelling to Bishkek, what is a nice small group. The ages are somewhere between the 25 and 40 I think and there is one a bit older Australian guy.
I never had money problems everywhere in the world where I 've been, but here the money is a bit of a pain in the ass. The Uzbekistan ...