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... Oguz and the hot spring area around Arashan were trash free, skies were clear and it was just plain gorgeous.
We hit Tajikistan quickly, and got just a small taste of the culture with simple subsistence farms along the river and views across to Afghanistan for even simpler lifestyles. Moonscapes with dry and dramatic high mountains are now etched in our memories.
Uzbekistan is something else altogether. It has many ...
... a few flights of stairs and at main stations might be escalators. Many of the stations have platforms that are quite beautiful, and with different themes. Some with chandelier type lighting and wonderful pillars and wall decor. Photography is strictly verboten so I'd had to be discreet.
Mirzo and Chorsu
The signage and announcements are in Russian and we have to really pay attention. We stayed on for 5 stops ...
... They build them here. Cheap, and not very cheerful.
And in the State History Musem all the lights were on, and there was quite a lot of English labelling except for the top floor which was all about the wonders of Uzbekistan following independence. With lots of pictures of the President.
And the Metro is good, fast, not crowded, and only 20p a ride. Thats 1000 som, paying for stuff ...
... just minus the red light). A little way back we found Florence pulled up in the dust, hazzard lights blinking rhythmically and bonnet open; she was very sick. She had cut out and wouldn't start while the fuel pump was making this whimpering sound. However, a local had got there before us and Tim was trying to explain that we needed a mechanic. Matt has the most mechanics knowledge of all of us but that is still fairly limited so we were no use. Getting a mechanic to us ...
... from what we have already been eating. The next day we had a few cars hired to take us over a pass which the truck wasn't allowed to go on with passengers due to a tourist bus crash on it some years ago. So Suse had driven across it the previous night and was waiting for us in the Fergana Valley. We made a couple of stops along the six hour drive, to a palace and a silk factory, where we saw the process of the silk worms right through to ...