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... gone. Sam the Swedophonic Finn, whose interest in pointless information dovetails neatly with mine, tried to console me by describing it as little more than a trickle, a minor brooklet compared to the Amu Darya.
Now dear reader, you know that I could never be accused of hyperbole, so hear me when I declare this episode of riparian neglicence to be a cankerous festering purulent ulcer on my soul, a Banquo's apparition that will pursue ...
... br> Leaving the lowlands behind the mountains were shrouded in a blanket of golden evening sunshine. We could see the lake but it was in fact a steep sided man made reservoir with no access roads. Soon we in a traffic jam on the approach to a more rigorous military checkpoint. Here we were ordered out of the cars by a man with a German Shepard guard dog and a big gun. We tend to do what they say. In this region all foreigners need to have their passports registered because we were ...
We arrrived in Tashkent, Uzbekistan last night - or rather early this morning -1:45 am, Thursday. Since we had left Chicago 10:15 pm Tuesday evening, it had been a long haul. Our group of seven, including guides Roger and Nancy, met up in Istanbul and made the last leg together. Regrettably, Roger's suitcase did not join us. Maybe tomorrow.
Anna, the local guide who will accompany us throughout Uzbekistan, told us that although tourism has been growing here, few Americans make ...
... of the town is Freedom Square where a globe now stands on Lenin's plinth and trees now inhabit the whole area. Fountains and update to date clean buildings complete the image.
The War Memorial has been resigned in the Uzbek style and contains the names of those lost engraved on copper pages of large books..
Uzbekistan does not compete with Turkmenistan over buildings, but is very proud of building the most expensive building in central Asia, ...
... the fresh water streams and celebrated with a woop woop or two when we arrived back at the starting point after 4.5 hours of hikinh! Late afternoon we stopped at a hotel close to Charvak water reservoir. Time for a hot shower and dinner before heading back to Tashkent. The hotel overlooking the reservoir, lovely views to enjoy with a glass of lovely Uzbek sweet wine...you might say I am a sucker for punishment! We arrived back in Tashkent to prepare for our train journey to ...