Hotel Malika Bukhara
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... of the Silk Road!' tour being disgorged from their luxury coaches? Sigh... this didn't match the image in my head! I stood there for a few minutes, in a grumpy-old-woman-sulk, cursing mass tourism, despite being a part of it. Then I accepted the inevitable, found an empty table beside the pool, and ordered a cold 'Sarbast'... like the effect of sunshine, all things seem better after a cold beer... :)
... It is popular with tour groups and we couldn't get a table reservation until tomorrow evening. We sipped beer and wine on the plaza waiting for dinner hour to begin. We were not in the mood for a buffet but the one we found had salads which are in short supply in Central Asia... We had a table on the edge of the pond in the balmy evening.
September 26 & 27 2014 - BUKARA
... trees, we admired the beautiful tile facade decorating Nadir Divanbeghi Medressa. On the opposite side of the square, an old Sufi cloister exists. It now exhibits photos and a model of Bukhara, which didn't take long to admire. Then it was on to more important endeavours- an education in bazaar setup ensued! We learnt of the local wares- suzani embroidery, silk worm exploitation and highly talented steel craftsmen who produced beautifully ...
... SG refuses to eat burgers. After chatting over a beer or two with some cyclists heading from Europe to Southern China, we leave in search of 'proper food'.
An hour later, we stopped as the first roadside restaurant we had passed in about an hour. The menu (as such) had few items on it. I asked the price of a noodle soup and the waiter wrote down 8000 som (£1.70). I decided against it as I was not hungry enough.
It was then interesting that when I told people the price I had been told; they refuted it to then face ...