Golden Valley Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Written by Dominik
6th - 7th August
We reassembled at about 8 am for breakfast where Kris found a shard of glass in his pancake (he really doesn't have much luck with pancakes). We swiftly packed up because we knew we had yet another long day ahead of us to try and get to Tashkent where we had been told they might have shock absorbers for Team Unlikely's mini called Florence. But first we walked a short distance to the Ragistan which dates back to 1420 and consistsj of ...
... taken months. We have seen mountains, deserts, big modern cities, abandoned ancient towns, wide grasslands, and manicured fields. Above all we have had 28 days of nonstop mental stimulation as we grappled with understanding the history, geography, art and culture of not just one but two civilisations much older than those we are familiar with in Europe. And neither of us felt at any stage that we had had enough or wished to go ...
... centre, which stands in Amir Timur Square.
Lots of parks and green space but not many people out and about although it is very hot ans Saturday.
It was time to say goodbye to 6 of our travellers, they will be missed but on the plus side we gained 4 new people, Switzerland, NZ and Australia.
Sunday was a free day so it was off to the museum to try a make sense of all the history. Very enjoyable then back to the hotel and a dip in the pool!
After 5h flight and a long queue at the airport for pp control and custom control. I went out and met Ob from the guesthouse. It was 20m drive from the airport to their place. The guesthouse is part of their whole house decorated with traditional handicrafts and furnished w real wood furnitures. I could say that it looks like a mini etho museum and pretty nice to stay inside. The only thing is that he facilities are for the summer season. Need more covers for the cold ...
... 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 ...