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... with the historical spots. i.could stay here and forget the next stop. anyway, before finishing, we met a group of.turkish tourists whom.i.asked to take a pic of me and ali. found it a bit released by explaining in tr without much thinking. ali told me he couldnt understand anything though his mother tongue is ...
... went to a wine tasting of Uzbek wines. We had 2 dry whites, 2 dry reds, 2 half whites, and a sweet red dessert wine. After the tasting, we each had another full glass of our choosing. The wines weren't great but weren't the worst I've ever tasted. Then we moved on to the Minfisa restaurant to celebrate Dave's birthday. We had a local piano player entertain us in our private room but I was more entertained at the piano player's daughter who was both laughing and looking ...
Went back a route suggested by Dennis and Pam. I did not get lost, Arjan! Some wifi, diary and shower #2.
Back into town after 1505. Saw the Sisters in the Lyabi-Hauz area. Had an ice cream 2,000 US before browsing a couple of shops for a small piece of artwork. Ian and Penny came into the second shop and made a purchase first. I bought a thin piece in browns depicting [R to L] China, camels on the Silk Road, Samarkand, Bukhara and ...
... ie asleep. A sense that the further one is away from tourist areas the less friendly locals are ie not returning a wave, smile or nod of the head. Took a long time to find a spot with ice cream to break up the afternoon drive 3,000 US.
It feels it is as hot as it has been in central Asia; great. With the truck empty, I was able to put up a photo I had of Tabu, giving Junami's ugly Hamish some competition.
Will was sitting in the seat in front of me. The ...
... to Bukhara's souvenir stalls. Home with a shared taxi which was not bad at all. Cost 600soms/person. We got dropped off at the Arc where we strolled around. See photos. Nothing to see really. The place wrecked by the Red Army. And horrible toilet!! A short rest and then away for our second outing of the day. This time we caught a local bus which took us the 5km or so the summer palace of the last emir, Alim Khan ( late 19th century) ...
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