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Mei-Lin

hiya dee! it's so wonderful to read the progress of your journey. and it's fantastic that you're keeping a journal so that we can all experience a little of what you're experiencing. keep it up and take good care of yourself! love and hugs, mei-lin

Guru

Hiiiii! Dee.....

Nice to see your postings. I am sure you are doing well. I will make sure I send a postcard. I was just talking about you to Mei Lin. She is going to go home and view your notes here.

love ya!
Guru

Sandra

Hi, Dee. I've enjoyed reading about your journey over past few weeks, and look forward to keeping tabs on your future Uz adventures!
Sandra (PCV nominee)

Adam

Wow - I've always wanted to join the peace-corps someday. Now even more, especially if I get to learn cool things about nan.

Harmonie

hi dee,
I have been following your journey for a while as I wait for my own PC assignment...Thank You so much for sharing your experiences!

hetty

Thanks for sharing all this, Dee. I look forward to all your future posts! And I really admire you...

mahala

Wonderful post!

woody iqbal

hi dee,

naan and meat&turnip curry and kebobs and NAAN restaurant are staples in the sub-continent.

keep up the informative posts.

best, woody iqbal

woody iqbal

hi dee,

naan and meat&turnip curry and kebobs and NAAN restaurant are staples in the sub-continent.

keep up the informative posts.

best, woody iqbal

Alicia

This is a gorgeous picture you have painted, taking something so basic and showing its sacredness to these people. It makes me wonder what I am passing by in my life, ignoring the sacredness. We are such a fast paced society here in the states we don't take time to see such things, see the sacred in the mundane. I hope your trip is full of such revelations that you share with us. :)

Nathan

And let us not forget that it's absolutely delicious! You'll have to let me know whether or not you like Samarkand non. Personally, I could have done without, but if there was cream cheese available, it's like a bagel.

I'm more than a little biased, but Navoi and Bukhara non are the best. Not fluffy and quick to go stale like the Tashkent stuff, but not really heavy like the Samarkand stuff.

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