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Trip Report Food in Uzbekistan

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I have just returned from Uzbekistan and had a great time

I was on a small group tour arranged by Salom Travel, and I would like to share my food photos with the forum since I have enjoyed others’ posts.

I had read many accounts of tourists getting severe stomach problems in Uzbekistan and complaints about the food, so I was apprehensive about that aspect of the trip. But all went well for me and the group. All I heard about was one person’s gastric problems that lasted for a few hours.

I would say that eating cautiously and drinking bottled water should stand you in good stead, and you will enjoy your meals in Uzbekistan.

Much has been said about the beautiful architecture, but I especially enjoyed the warmth and friendliness of the people; I took many people photos that I will treasure. Smiles and sign language went a long way.

URL for food photos, password: food

http://opa.cig2.usa.canon.com/album/L9onYBz2po0L1iXx

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