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... glacial streams until we reached the summit of the Bartang valley where the Tajik goat herders told us that the road down was completely blocked. The river had risen so much that the entire valley was completely submerged and inaccessible to both vehicles and people on foot. Disappointed we returned to Karakul and headed down to Murgab with a plan to try enter the Bartang valley from the bottom.
This part of Tajikistan is ...
... to Kazakhstan. Not really knowing what would happen to them we joked that they would arrive at the port before us. Sadly we tempted fate too hard and there they were looking clean and refreshed as we stumbled of the boat in Aktau, broken. The use of the word 'ferry' is about as appropriate as the chair of the Commons' Standards Committee being caught with his hookers and cocaine. The 1964 Soviet oil cargo ship was not designed for cars, or people for that ...
... to secure a ticket for Khorog, and quite a lot of eating and drinking, in between walks round the parks, and the time flew by.
My first 3 nights were spent at the home of my CS hosts in their comfy home in the north of the city, where I had not just my own room, but my own floor! As I have been staying in the cheapest places I could find, I have spent the past few nights in ...
Over Priced Makhbuba ̈Mansurova's Homestay
The home stay was situated in residential neighborhood. Our rooms were upstairs and we slept on quilted pad on the floor, a customary practice. Clean sit down toilet and shower were downstairs at the end of yard. (Kind of a pain in the middle of the night when I stay semi asleep on my toilet runs.)
After a shower we ...
... each for the Pamir highway.
The markets in Dushanbe were interesting. I also enjoyed food shopping in the small market stalls. I ate two fried cottage cheese pastries with some tomatoes and three pears for desert.
I also met Matt this afternoon (who has just come off an overland truck in Africa). Late afternoon, I got a determined second wind and decided to go to the city centre. I jumped on a mini bus outside the hotel. We must be some ...