Tomorrow I'm going to another camp in the city of Nukus: where the city is ugly, but the people are beautiful. They also have a museum with the largest collection of Russian avant-garde art in the world. Plus, they have some of the coolest craft stuff in Uzbekistan, so presents will be purchased I think. Plus maybe something cool for myself, of course. This is also the home of the No'Kiss Vodka (the best in Uzbekistan), which I'm pretty sure is the only vodka I can even stomach anymore. Although there's this funny story about how a volunteer took some back to the US with him to show his family the best in Uzbekistan and they acted like they were going to die when they tried some. Americans are wimps.
Anyway, expect to hear back in a couple of weeks or so. Take care.
album: u2 - 7
So, in the Uzbek language, to show possession, we use the word bor. So if I wanted to say that I have a pen, I would say "Menda ruchka bor." Since we live in this country, but still speak some English, we bastardize it all the time, in Uzbek-lish and say stuff like "new apartment bor" or "air conditioner bor" and the like. So... without further ado:
Do I need to even express my joy at this new development?? I think it should be obvious.