City Palace Hotel
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... the water heater for our shower wasn't working. It was due to low gas pressure supplied by the city which drops this time of year. They said they have had several masters look at the heater who all said it was fine and would work when the pressure was back up to normal. We were told we could shower in the one for the dorm which on the old system and worked fine, great in fact.
Calling the India Embassy
We had ...
... we wanted then at the lower price. That was a plan thus.
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We did a lot of running around and had nothing to show for it. We hadn't eaten and I still wanted to check out the silk at Tashkent Univermagi Department store, mentioned in the LP. We hopped back on the metro for a few stops and found ourselves in beautiful area with lots of parks and impressive government and bank buildings. ...
... generations of a family were seated before and beside us. The youngest, a garsún about five years old, was adorably energetic and inquisitive, but more notably was blonde haired, blue eyed and Rusophonic; indeed, they were all speaking Russian. This trend would continue in the capital, where obviously Slavic citizens were a regular sight; any in the two previous cities had clearly been visitors; obviously Turkmenbashi had chased them all out ...
... s family will buy a new home or apartment for the oldest. The younger son will live with the parents until they die and then receive the entire inheritance, including the family home.
Second wives are quite common though technically illegal. The marriage is sealed by the mullah but not registered with the government. The husband must have enough income to support the second wife in her own residence, so multiple wives are a status symbol. The second wives are often ...
... at a snail's pace, it has been flipping hot. As well as being a furnace, Termiz is a strategic town, the main corridor into Afghanistan. It is also at the end of a very long and currently very rough road. It seemed like a good idea at the time but after a melting 8 hour car journey down, the Amu Darya river (and on the other bank, Afghanistan) hidden from tourists' eyes, absolutely nowhere for veggies to eat and, the piece de resistance, a sleeper train out where 42 ...