Where we’ve been
Packing for travel is a fine art, so here's what's in my suitcase, in a collaborative post on Voyager for Life.
It's hard to make a human connection in a country like Turkmenistan, but I managed to - momentarily - in Ashgabat.
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan's capital, might be as close as I'll ever come to being inside a SimCity creation.
Spectacular, isolated ruins with a dark past and a lack of facilities; Merv, Turkmenistan might be the epitome of Central Asian tourism.
Plov, bread, kebabs, green tea and wine - let's talk about Uzbek cuisine!
Turkmenistan is not an easy country to get a visa for - and crossing into Turkmenistan is no simpler!
Winding lanes and facades which glimmer like a mirage in the desert... welcome to Bukhara.
What would you do with a day in Doha? Here's how to spend a day in the Qatari capital!
Samarkand's greatest architectural monument was the seat of power for one of history's most bloodthirsty tyrants.
Tashkent was levelled by an earthquake in the 60s, and much of its history was consigned to become more secrets of Central Asia...
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