Sunday morning, it took us almost two and half hours to cross from Uzbekistan to Tajikistan, and the guards at the Uzbekistan customs gave us lots of fruits they collected on their backyard. In Tajikistan, we went to Kunjhan and then to Panjakent, where we would cross to Uzbekistan again this morning.
A trip like this without problems is not fun at all. So, when we arrived at the borders, we found out it was closed. We tried everything, but nobody could enter or exit there. Because of that, we decided to go to Dushanbe, the capital, and cross from there, to get to Samarkand.
Before that, we’ll try to collect our visa to Turkmenistan at their embassy here. If everything goes right, tomorrow or wednesday we go to Uzbekistan.