International Hotel Tashkent
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... to detail, expression and movement made each piece a joy to contemplate, and if we were ever to perpetrate a major art robbery it would be these.
We are going home with our minds stretched and our horizons broadened, having enjoyed pretty much every minute of the last month. Would we do it again? Well, we have already remarked to ourselves that thus far we have actually made it only half way along the Silk Road...
... Russia is building a huge dam in Tajikistan that will dam up the major river that runs through Uzbekistan. Apparently this is in violation of international law since this river runs through several countries.
The major language is Uzbek. Russian is still taught in all schools and now English has been added to the elementary curriculum. Most Uzbeks speak at least ...
... surprised. Expecting a dust bowl, we found a beautiful park which houses the Statue of Timur on horseback. The Lonely Planet states that a glance under the statue reveals that the stallion has been divested of a certain reproductive appendage. Just who stole it is one of Tashkent's great mysteries! Fortunately the horses family jewels still remain in place! We found a cafe not far from the hotel and settled in to enjoy chicken and ...
... hand but he gave us the impression it might open in ten minutes. We waited but nothing happened so what else to do but leave? The highlight of that particular visit was the live storks we spotted. Plenty of statue storks but these really moved. Took a few photos. The highlight of today followed. A taxi ride which again lasted for twenty minutes or so ended at a stadium looking building but being a large restaurant in 1 and 1/2 stories. This ...
... For the past 10 years he has doubled as honorary consul, mostly helping out Dutch around-the-worldcyclists who have lost their passport, of have fallen out with their traveling mates because they bike too slowly (true story!). It's nice to discuss some politics, culture, business and human rights with someone who knows a bit about the region! When we say goodbye, meneer Hugo says that he hopes he won't hear from us again in the next three weeks ;P