Hotel Grand Asia

Dushanbe, Tajikistan | Hotel
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Day 15 A day in Dushanbe

A travel blog entry by baktan


The the sky very very cloudy, there was no rain and I quilckly decided going out to see the city in the morning.
Had walk down to the city center together with Lis and she showed me where the sight-seeing spots were located. In fact most of them are either on or close to the main Rudaki Str.

After saying bye to Lis, ...

Dushanbe, Tajikistan: Dushanbe Two Bob Bits

A travel blog entry by samber

... he was Tajik. On getting across the border to Tursanzade he helped us barter with a taxi driver to take us on the 60km / 2 hour journey to Dushanbe. With no buses, taxi was the only option and with very limited drivers i.e. one, we didn't really have a choice. A heated discussion took place and the disgruntled driver finally agreed a price of TJS 150 (US$30). He was obviously very annoyed for the man intervening as I'm sure he could have easily taken us for another TJS 100. ...

A Great First Day In the Sun

A travel blog entry by adam_of_earth


... After the country became part of the Soviet Union the area around the fort was destroyed and a new capitol was constructed by the Soviets in Dushanbe. We ended the day locating another fault in the foothills to the Pamir mountains. Exposed in a roadcut was an overturned fold. Just adjacent to the fold was large shear zone. Following the shear zone downhill was small drainage. We attempted to make our way down this hill side but were ...

A weekend in the fourth 'Stan

A travel blog entry by jess_and_ben


... grow and safety to return - and as to be expected, the capital is the most prosperous city in the country. Dushanbe is one of Central Asia's prettiest cities - wide, tree-lined boulevards, peaceful parks and public seating areas and quaint soviet-era electric buses connecting the city. We had a relaxing weekend, exploring the city and enjoying the availability of a range of cuisine (Uzbekistan taking the prize for worst food to date). ...

Day 9: exploring the Dushanbe

A travel blog entry by bahador2012


... cafe and upload some of my pictures and talked with my friends on Facebook. about 4:30 pm i called to my friend and told me about half an hour he will be at home. i know the way exactly to how go to home on foot. i started walking and about 40 minutes i arrived to their home. he told me why you came too late i told him i had walked all the day. after dinner i told him i want go to Regar border. but please deliver me to Zarrafshon roundabout.


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