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... at 3:30 we had our passports with 6 month double entry visas in our hot little hands. Whoopee...India, here we come...
Dave walked the kilometer or so to the main road to hail a taxi while I stayed with the packs. He had a hard time getting one in that ...
... got fingerprinted and signed our life away, we ended up waiting on pins and needles for another 3 hours before we finally got to see the Ambassador. We were led into formal sitting room where the somewhat disheveled but friendly woman Ambassador in a sari asked us a few questions. Which countries had we visited before (she got the abbreviated version) and where had we visited in India and where do we plan to visit on this trip. We had to ...
... noticeable; this was exacerbated by our compartment window (no, of course it couldn't be opened)facing west, and the sun not long having passed the meridian, was now beating mercilessly against the pane. Finally, with our being stationary, what feeble breeze had been cooling us via the corridor windows had ceased.
This may have been the least bearable heat I have ever experienced. Imagine two hours locked in a sauna, fully clothed- though we ...
... 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 ...
... br> Barb, Anna, Chris and I set off on a walking tour of Tashkent. We first wanted to have a better look at the Russian Orthodox cathedral that several of them had seen on the drive into town. Unfortunately, we took a wrong turn that set us off on a 20 minute walk in the wrong direction. Thanks to my trustly Eddie Bauer compass that I bought before the trip we found the correct way. Next, we got on the Metro subway system. The subway system of Tashkent is one of ...