All about Uzbekistan.
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My plan is to travel the silk road much later this year and enter Uzbekistan through the Fergana Valley from Osh, Kyrgyzstan. I read that the registration rule is much stricter in the Fergana region, and couchsurfing is not advisable. Even though I have a local acquaintance in Andijan, I don't want to put them at risk, of course. Hotels in Andijan are expensive, and the cheapest option I could find was on AirBnB. I've never used AirBnB, but I assume these are local people renting out their houses, right? So, do AirBnB accommodations provide registration slips? (The only option I found was a local whose AirBnB post is in German, I haven't contacted him yet)
Given that many hotels won't provide registration slips, I think it is vanishingly unlikely that an AirBnB host is going to be able to provide them.
My 2012 overland trip from Tokyo to Istanbul: http://www.silkroadwanderings.blogspot.com
When leaving the country (September 2016) the immigration official could not be less interested in the registration slips - he looked at me as if to say "I don't know why you went to the trouble to collect them"
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