Lotte City Hotel Tashkent Palace
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... had been through this enough by now and were nonplussed. First, we thought we'd jump in a shared taxi but decided it was too long of drive to be packed shoulder to shoulder. The next driver who agreed to a price upped it when we started to load our luggage. We finally got a driver who turned out to be a pretty good guy.
We had to check out of the valley with the police check point and Dave took our passports to the booth. ...
... famous silk on the silk road historically came from this city. Surprisingly, Uzbekistan is currently the 3rd largest silk producer in the world. At the factory, we saw all the steps in the process to produce silk, including extracting the threads from the cocoons, to dying, to weaving the fabrics. I was offered a ripe persimmon from the garden of the silk factory. I don't think I've ever had this fruit before and it was nice. I'll have to buy some more while they are ...
... to Australian reads: tastes like cats p@$s!!) A great evening getting to know our fellow traveling friends. Wednesday saw us of at 8am for our day out at Ugam Chatkal National Park, forecast to be 37 degrees!! Ugam Chatkal is a popular summer and winter holiday destination for locals and visitors alike located in the Western Tian Shan Mountains. Now, the trip notes do state that "we spend a half day hiking in the central gorge of the valley to the foot of the Big Chigman ...
... were very spread out. I never really felt like I was actually downtown, more just in a sprawling suburb with big buildings. This may be due to the fact that Tashkent doesn't have much ancient history and was mostly expanded during the Soviet Union so it doesn't feel like a city that has grown organically. We came back to Tashkent later and visited the big bazaar on a non-holiday day and it gave me an entirely different view of ...
... 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 ...