Unloading the bikes before trying to get through the door of the B&B in Bukhara.
The stone ramp works a treat!
The result of changing just $50! It doesn't help that a bottle of water costs 1000 Sum - the 1000 Sum note is the biggest note available!...
A much deserved (aren't they all?!) beer sitting in Labi Haus after a long and surreal few days!
Traditional Uzbek breakfasts at our B&B are delicious and just keep on coming!
Em at Labi Haus, an ancient water feature in Bukhara surrounded by Madrahssas and Caravanserrais and two 700 year old Mulberry trees.
The detail on all the buildings here is stunning!
Our street. Not a lot's changed here over the centuries (internet cafe aside!)
Another one of 70 pools scattered across Bukhara. All but 2 now lie empty like this one.
The Kaylon Minaret: 50m tall and almost 1000 years old. Ghengis Khan was so impressed by it that he allowed it to remain standing.
Stunning mosaics and colours!
Photos struggle to do it justice. It's almost impossible to just take a few photos!
In the courtyard of the Kaylon Mosque.
Like we said. It's hard not to go photo crazy!
Bukharan carpets are not designed with 'bijou' homes in mind!
We stumble upon the jewellery market. Em resists!
The entrance to the Ark, former residence of the Emir.