Hotel Dedeman Silk Road Tashkent
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... were fighting, screaming at each other for pushing and shoving and the aroma from pits was truly offensive!! The process of getting through the gate was rather seamless for Cathy, my traveling partner. As Cathy had managed to get her Uzbek visa prior to leaving Australia, it was pretty much straight through customs to fight the baggage collection section. For me, not so straight forward. As I only received my Letter of Invitation on Thursday last week ...
... Uzbek guide. He probably gave us more information in an hour than Fred did in two weeks! The tour price of the palace was comped as we were under budget so just paid for the camera fee 2,000 US. Probably not the smartest thing to have left the passport and money in a taxi in an unlocked bag.
I switched to the front seat. Anwar asked if I wanted the radio on. He put on some local music, some a ...
... where a guard shooed us away, on to the big park and had lunch at a LP recommended place called Traktra Sam Prishwol. Great place with lots of trees and shades close to a canal. Sat there for ages eating lots of this lovely local bread and kebabs and salad. John had one liter o f beer which i think makes him sleepy. However, we did walk on to to the great bazaar to change money on the black market. Had a snack too at 'our' ...
... Airlines is CLOSED in Uzbekistan on the weekends. So despite my 3 trips to the airport hoping it had shown up, I was foiled. I had a pretty major melt down which included a lot of crying in the lost and found office at the airport and various cabs. But at least one cab drive took pity on me and knocked down the price of the taxi by 5000 Soms - um, that would be roughly $2.00. The group of 13 ...
... on the Kazakh side. All was going smoothly, our exit date had been stamped into our passports and we headed out to the car. Alas, we were then faced with a demand for a customs declaration that we had never seen before. Apparently, the customs officials on entry into Kazhakstan were meant to stamp completed forms to be retained and handed in on departure. One of the officials seemed to be soliciting a bribe ("You do not have this form... what are we going to do...what can we ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center