Hotel Asia Bukhara
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The joy of travelling includes that ever present ‘adventure factor’. Going on a big trip you are bound to come across a few minor inconveniences: losing your bank card, Braille mattresses that are harder than stone, having your bus break down in the middle of the Kyzylkum desert in a sand
It is all part of the fun! I did say 'fun' right?
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Back to the room to muck around on the web but mostly get the diary done in first draft form for the last two days. Even with a quick shower, got it done in time for getting dressed for 1900 rendezvous for planned local dinner.
Team Terry left at 1900, not before I had a chance to counter in front of Ben we are never leaving on time. The restaurant we were looking for was closed but we found another local spot. Ordering was a ...
Got up c 0615 for a shower and computer time. Dave joined me for an 0715 brekkie with the Sisters. The restaurant itself looked nice and the spread was more than adequate. A German Christmas-like cookie was the highlight. Managed to get three days of the blog on line so some progress.
Some [naturally] positive comments about Tabu. One can't allow any sexual suggestions to a statement. About telling staff re the broken seat, I said 'I wanted to do something with ...
... was just sitting in the square, as it was the most kind of busy, cafe scene that we has come across. There are hundreds of monuments in Bukhara, but we ended up having limited time to see them. Lorelei had an issue with her leg that was possibly a dangerous blood clot from the plane ride so she and my parents went to see a doctor while Chantal, Selina and I shopped and relaxed in the square. After the doctor said that it was probably a clot, but a non-life threading one we took ...
We started out early and headed to a Soviet made lake about 45 minutes
from our yurt camp. Most of us swam in the mud lake which felt great but was rather
silty. We hopped back on to the air-conditioned van and headed to Bukhara which is the best preserved city on the Silk Road from the Middle Ages. We arrived earlier enough so that many of us could wander ...
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