Best Eastern Tajikistan

Address: 22 Shotemur Ulitsa, Dushanbe, 734001, Tajikistan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 22 Shotemur Ulitsa, Dushanbe.
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      The tunnel of death to Dushanbe

      A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Aug 13, 2014

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      ... in Dushanbe for lunch time. Just before the so called "Tunnel of Death", we got caught in a long queue of lorries. Four hours later we were still in the same queue. In that time not one person was an able to find out the reason for the delay. The only thing for it was patience.

      I slept twice in this time and went for a wash in a nearby stream in between. The views of the glaciers and the tall razor sharp peaks today has simply no superlative.


      Descriptions of mountains

      A travel blog entry by vincenttravel on Jul 30, 2014

      27 photos

      ... the base commander was found, who then had some more questions which I answered with a nice big smile. My favorite was being asked “where are you from?” by the guy who has my passport in his hands. I figured out he had just never heard of the Netherlands, so I drew a rudimentary map, showing where it is based on the locations of Paris and Germany, places they did know. My map was apparently so impressive that they threw me back across the border right then and there, ...

      The Road to Dushanbe

      A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Jul 05, 2014

      24 photos

      ... of chai. The wife even acted as my guide the next day while she was grazing their sheep. All free of charge. I couldn't help but think of the different reaction I would receive knocking on a door in the middle of the night sweaty and muddy in the US. I would likely have the cops called or be shot. At this point it was time to head to Dushanbe so I could get my Uzbek visa and continue on my journey. During the long jeep ride, there was a stunning view of the Pamirs at ...

      Day 13 From Bishkek to Dushanbe

      A travel blog entry by baktan on Dec 04, 2013

      ... course" with a voice which seemed to be "Why didn't u come earlier".
      I was a bit about te queuing rules there but anyway.
      We saved some time and luckily enough the Korean guy had some employees to pick him up with a Car for which he proposed me sending me to the place I was going as it was right on their way.

      On the way I learnt his name was KS and working as a sport club manager in the region with 10 years in Dus and another 10 years in Bis. I was surprise ...

      Dushanbe, Tajikistan: Dushanbe Two Bob Bits

      A travel blog entry by samber on Nov 03, 2013

      36 photos

      ... Our door looked like it had been bashed in by the KGB once upon a time. When Sam mentioned it to our floor manager she just shrugged "It ok". We then noticed that most doors on the floor were like that. Guess we'll be taking all our valuables with us then. Dushanbe is a pretty city. Wide tree lined avenues, pastel soviet buildings, manicured gardens and water fountains. The Palace of Nations is an impressive building. I guess it should be when it allegedly cost more to ...