Hotel Dedeman Silk Road Tashkent
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... was definitely the way to go. Plus we were very happy with our car and driver, Mohamed. He has very pleasant and easygoing demeanor, no smoking and, unless we requested for him to crank it up, no loud music.
For anyone needing a great driver based in Osh, his contact info is:
Kyrgyzstan cell: 996558000820
Tajik cell: 992937282848
Budget hotels we stayed in, even though ...
... appointment is scheduled for September 30 instead of September 29, at 11:30 am. It is clearly printed right on the form so there is not any reason to get it wrong. We decided to make a trial run anyway and hoped to be allowed to get in a day ahead of schedule. Yeah right....
By chance, we exited the metro at the right exit and miraculously the guard at metro understood us when we asked "Indian Embassy" and he pointed us in ...
... of getting a visa. In fact, that was the most common complaint we heard about the US. The topic of marriage came up in our discussion with the young people. Anna told us almost all marriages were arranged, and although her son strongly disagreed, she assured us that she would arrange the marriages of her sons. The Uzbeks say, "Love comes with the first child."
Parents use a matchmaker to find a suitable spouse for their child. The matchmaker tries to find a potential ...
... in Istanbul. Our flight to Tashkent was the only one with no check-in details, so, leaving Cliff with the bags I set off round the airport to investigate. In the farthest corner of the airport I came across a queue of heavily laden trolleys, snaking around several aisles. Following the trail to the source (about 150 trolleys), I was dismayed, but not entirely surprised, to find that this was indeed our queue. The trolleys were 'manned' by an army of seemingly scary, ...
... 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 ...