Howdy all, and back onto my Saturday journeys around the globe virtually via other YouTubers who really open up parts of the world that you may not have been to. And to start off 2022 I'm returning to an old favourite in Bald and Bankrupt. Mr Bald is back at it again in an ex-Soviet …
Hi all! It's nice to know I went somewhere before Mr Bald did! Today's video is of his awesome trip to Khiva in Uzbekistan, albeit whilst he wasn't feeling 100%, Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=je9ic87Tseo Thanks for popping by! May the Journey Never End!
Come take a peak at a great place to visit in Uzbekistan, the old town of Khiva!
Come see the sights of the incredible Samarkand, Uzbekistan! A real Silk Road treasure!
Today I recount a special journey from 2011 - I travel through not one, not two but three countries on my way from the capital of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek, to the capital of Uzbekistan, Tashkent.
Today I’m talking about the day I left Samarkand, last year, to make my way to destination Khiva, via Bukhara across the Uzbek desert. No border crossings involved in this travel expedition, but it was a journey of around 728 kilometres and there was one key factor I think that makes these sort of journeys epic – I wasn’t 100% sure I would reach my destination by the end of the day. Let's see how it went!
Time to turn your tastebuds Central Asia way again, this time taking them to the sandy country of Uzbekistan. I spent three says in sunny Uzbekistan last year only, it was a quick zip through the country from Tajikistan to Turkmenistan, but I did eat out a couple of times so hopefully I can give you a bit of a recommendation as to the places I visited – Samarkand and Khiva.
So, you want to go to Uzbekistan? No? You should, it’s an amazing country with incredible history and more! Friendly people, amazing architecture, parks, fountains, museums, improving transport infrastructure which now includes high-speed rail, it’s becoming more and more accessible as well, really – it could be the next BIG THING. It could be the next big destination people start to flock too!
Howdy folks. Well today my subject is the Uzbek capital, Tashkent. It's quite a likable city really, with wide avenues and trees, fountains and in Summer some piping hot weather. Luckily I wasn't there in the peak of Summer, it was May I think though and we were in the 30s. My only annoyance with …
Yes, the world turns and in line with the other posts I’ve been making, it’s time for me to reveal my favourite cities in North and Central Asia, from Turkmenistan across to Japan. One things for sure, this week there is a large variation in the cities, they are all very different and representative of …