Laughter of little kids outside woke Yuri up early, who got up first to babysit the cute creatures. He cooked breakfast for his friends while the kids occupied themselves with the soft ball he gave them. His three companions appeared one by one at the breakfast table, and while Yuri bellied out (German: ausbauchen, translated as unbuttoning your pants to process a heavy meal), Stef and Oli joined the little ones for a game of Chinese football. Every scored goal there was a wave of laughter in the group of kids. If only it was this easy to keep some of the crowding adults entertained and occupied with something other than us doing our daily duties.
We cycled up and down the small hills until we reached a lake, surrounded by green, perfect for a reading break and a dive for the amateurs. Since all the people here wear bathrobes we tried to aquire some after our plunge, but they weren't to biting on it. Some hours later we did find some lads willing to let us wear them for a picture.
By evening time, we settled somewere around the border, to cross first thing in the morning. We drew the attention of some locals quickly, and an english teacher lured us to his house with the promise of food and good company. Which were delivered. A great way to end our visit to the land of Uzbeks.