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I'm pleased to say that our journey to Tashkent was DNA spill free. That is we both felt a lot better and had thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the wonderful Samarkand.
The journey by car was interesting as we passed through farming areas interspersed with large townships, markets and industrial areas. At one stage we had to divert our route …
... Russia is building a huge dam in Tajikistan that will dam up the major river that runs through Uzbekistan. Apparently this is in violation of international law since this river runs through several countries.
The major language is Uzbek. Russian is still taught in all schools and now English has been added to the elementary curriculum. Most Uzbeks speak at least ...
... store where some bought maps. JJ bought a 1970's afro fright wig. The Sisters thought it was childish, one of them wondering if this was a Kon Tiki trip.
The tour ended near the Amir Timur statue, described by Jawal as '#1 hero' of Uzbekistan. Rachel and Jawal scurried off with our passports to book train tickets. The Sisters, Dennis, Dave, Teresa, Pam and I went off for a quick lunch at the Cafe Agat. Had dumplings and cheese in a hot pot along with a beer ...
... normal house with a big fence in front. Not making it easy to find places! Nice hotel though but we had no money as the ATM in the airport didn't work. All we could do was to go for a short walk and we found a nice place at the end of our street where we could afford a wine and a beer. Sat outside in the warm evening for quite a while before we walked back to the hotel, put the single beds together and fell ...
Noy enough to do in Khiva so we were able to cut our stay short and left after a good breakfast. Paid the $30 for the room and went out through the West gate and immediately got a taxi to take us back to Urgench. Not hard to get a shared taxi onwards to Bukhara. Took a while to get going though; getting other passengers, filling up gas, buying water and fiddling around generally. We paid $50 for the 450km ride in a decent car with a ten year old boy in the back between us and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking