Radisson Blu Hotel, Tashkent
- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... went out only for lunch.
It was nerve wrecking not to have our Indian visas in hand on our day of departure. The consul at the Indian Embassy who initially told us to pick our passports up at 5 pm and said would try to have them ready 3 pm. We were there promptly at three with our packs, so we could go directly to the airport from there. Low ...
... fruit and coffee from Mirzo.
Fernando from Spain was a new face at breakfast. He has been traveling since April and plans on making his money last for 5 to 7 years. Maybe supplementing it by a little work here and there. He found out that because we as tourists need registration forms from official accommodations, he cannot Couchsurf here. We BS-ed a bit too long and rushed to the Embassy. We should have known better. After we ...
... take us out of the country.
At the station we amply compensated for the unwanted adrenaline of the previous morning by unintentionally reaching the platform over an hour early. However, this gave us time to empty our spáráin of Uzbek currency. Our train was- well, let's say unluxurious- but certainly not devoid of diversions.It was a bare half hour until we ground to a halt at the border.
Settling in for a long wait, the mid-afternoon ...
... affairs, often with matching hats and shoes. Anna said that the dresses usually can only be worn until the the bride's first pregnancy. Afterwards, she is likely not able to fit into them. Sparkly pillows made from the dresses are found in many homes.
Young couples live with the groom's parents after they wed. Apparently, the important question to ask a new bride is whether her husband is the oldest son. If so, the couple will get to move out when the youger son weds. ...
... designs rather than the more familiar bland, grey anonymous tower blocks. For the tourist, bureaucracy looms large, with registration slips to carry and the threat of police shake downs and bribes. In actuality, we were never bothered (or even asked to show any paperwork). Mostly the gun-toting police were smiling and friendly and even went 'above and beyond' when they relented and let us into the Samarkand festival concert even though we were without a ticket. We made ...