Best Eastern Poytaht Hotel
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... the India Embassy on a daily basis. Everyday it was the same answer. "We have not received the approval yet." Our applications were forwarded to the Indian Embassy in Washington DC three week prior for review and approval and it was that office who had not responded.
We told the consul our plane leaves in just 3 days but we've pretty much become resigned to the fact that we will have to miss it. Other than the visa, we ...
... a Foodland store with a great cafeteria setup where you can point to pick out dishes. Afterwards, we managed to find the Univermagi department store but were very disappointed. The selection was dismal and the with of the fabric too narrow for the sleeping bag liner I want to have made. I have lost one I loved.
By now we were so far from the metro that we continued to another metro. We must have walked well over 10 miles ...
... 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 ...
... possessed an endearingly amateurish, mildly tongue-in-cheek quality. What followed was a series of Russian rock videos; their preposterous pomposity and absence of levity was a marked disimprovement; thankfully the drone of the iron horse almost entirely drowned out the unsolicited entertainment.
The second difference was that between a morning and an afternoon desert train- the stifling and scarcely breathable heat. Vigorous fanning had to ...
... 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 ...