Hotel Dedeman Silk Road Tashkent
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... trying to find a place where he might be able to find shock absorbers for a Mini. This really was quite a tall order seeing as there are virtually no German cars in Uzbekistan and certainly no Minis. Anyway, this local knew a garage and proceeded to lead us. We drove no more than 100 metres down the road and pulled off up to the front of a single garage. It looked like the type you would have next to a semi detached house in the suburbs of Bolton. We all laughed but in the course ...
... stood in front, and a boom with a video camera stood ready. The women were all seated together at tables in the front, and then the men, who had been standing around outside talking and smoking, entered and took seats at the tables behind the women. The couple emerged from a white Bentley and entered the celebration preceded by young dancing men. Quite an amazing production.
For each of the first 40 days of marriage the new bride must wear a new dress. These are ...
... 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 ...
... three good candidates might be: the walk on the battlements of Jiayuguan Fort in the hot sun with the snowy mountains hovering above the desert; our first encounter with the massed ranks of the Terracotta Army in Xi'an; and the vista of the Bukhara square with the Kalon minaret and Mir-i-Arab madrassah under an azure sky. The most disappointing experience was Kashgar market, although with hindsight we went there with the ...
We then bussed into the Old Town, to take in the new Khast Imam Square where the highlight was a look at the enormous Osman Koran. Along with 4 others that were written at the same time, it is the world’s oldest Koran, dating from 655. Its compiler, Caliph Osman, was assassinated while reading this Koran and his blood stills stains several of the ornately ...