One of the entrances to the bazaar in Bukhara.
The Chor Bakr mosque.
Chor Bakr is a complex of tombs, similar to Shahi Zinda in Samarkand.
The gardens at Chor Bakr.
Staircase inside Chor Bakr
Graveyard outside the Bakhouddin Nakshbandi mosque
The unusual dome of the Bakhouddin Nakshbandi mosque.
Ornate ceiling of the iwan at the Bakhouddin Nakshbandi mosque.
The ornate ceiling of the Bakhouddin Nakshbandi mosque
The security guard...gone.
Hard at work, cleaning the forecourt at the Bakhouddin Nakshbandi mosque.
The tomb of Bakhouddin Nakshbandi who was a founder of Sufism.
The ornate ceiling of the Bakhouddin Nakshbandi mosque, with energy saving bulbs in the chandalier.
The soloist from the Bukhorcha Ensemble performing at the Nadir Divanbegi Madrassa.
The Bukhorcha Ensemble performing at the Nadir Divanbegi Madrassa.
Colin and his new friend.
Careful little one or you'll end up as a hat too.
Engraving my name onto the back of a new tungsten kitchen knife that has a lion engraved on the other side. Fantastic!
Demonstrating an samovar to Stan.
Colin, looking less than 100% relaxed, beside the master knife maker of Bukhara, Sayfullo Ikramov.
Chess set for sale in the bazaar in Bukhara.