Day 2 in Arslanbob

Today (30/07/2018) was a quiet day.

The owner of the guesthouse took me on a long walk, which passed near a small waterfall. There I met a special local teddy bear.

The owner of the guesthouse guided around the world’s largest walnut tree forest, covering almost 60’000 hectares.

Now I know what a walnut fruit looks like.

The forest also has many different trees, such as apple trees, which help sustain the village.

The village is situated near the Babash-Ata mountains and its waterfalls attract local Kyrgyz and Uzbek tourists, searching for blessings.

After the walk, I lazed around the guesthouse. (Hence a short blog post)


Plov for tonight! (Another local dish)

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