Looking for travel buddy in July

Find partners for Aral Sea tours and other trips in Uzbekistan.
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Nicosc
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Looking for travel buddy in July

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Hi! I'm looking for travel buddies for Uzbekistan in July. Anyone traveling during that time? My plan is to stay 1-2 days in Tashkent and then continue traveling to Bukhara and Samarkand.
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KimG
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Re: Looking for travel buddy in July

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I ve PM'ed you.
I m going on 12th of July between Khiva and Bokhara by taxi to see the castles.
4 people fit in the car, we re 2 already.
Kim
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FleurKook
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Re: Looking for travel buddy in July

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Hi!

Are you still looking for a travelbuddy for begin of july? I might be interested as I am traveling than as well.
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KimG
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FleurKook, I sent a PM
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sunny0421
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Re: Looking for travel buddy in July

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I will be in Uzbekistan from June 30 to July 8. Tashkent-Khiva-Bukhara-Samarkand-Tashkent.
I'll travel by train and am not looking for buddies. But it would be nice if we happen to be at the same place and say hi.
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Fallindrews
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Re: Looking for travel buddy in July

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So, I was traveling through Central America, trying to find places that aren't swarming with tourists. You know, those little spots where you can really soak in the local culture and get some peace and quiet. Anyway, I ended up in this incredible place called Junglevista Hotel check it out at www.junglevistahotel.com.

The hotel is nestled right in the jungle, and it’s got this perfect mix of comfort and nature. Imagine waking up to the sound of exotic birds and a view of the dense, lush jungle from your window. It’s like you’re in your own private paradise. The rooms are super cozy and the staff is amazing – they really go out of their way to make sure you have everything you need. Plus, the food... wow, just wow! Local dishes that are to die for.
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