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    Visiting Fellow Flexible Learning Institute Charles Sturt University

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    West Point, NY 10996

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Nosir at the Tashkent Earthquake Monument of 1966

 As you go through life, you’ll meet people that brighten your day because they’ve got that infectiously cheerful disposition that makes one feel safe, secure, and comfortable. At Roxana Tour, we’re proud to say that Nosir is one of those people.

Nosir was born and raised in Tashkent, and is a graduate of the Tashkent Textile Institute. After graduating in 1978, he decided to pursue a career in tourism because he enjoyed meeting people from other countries. At first, he worked with InTourist, the former Soviet Union’s tourist agency, but in 2006 he brought his talents to Roxana Tour and has been working with us since then. In total, Nosir has 35 years of experience working in the tourism industry in Uzbekistan!

“I love making new friends from throughout the world”, Nosir said. After some thought, he added that “I’m a very hard worker and I want to make certain that my guests in Uzbekistan receive the highest quality and comfort possible.” While these are his words, other people have chimed in with the same opinion. Recently, I spoke with Leah after she returned from her tour in Uzbekistan and she had the highest praise for Nosir. “I can’t say enough about Nosir,” she told me the other day. “He made my husband and I feel like royalty, and it was obvious that he put our needs above everything else,” she added.

Another aspect to Nosir is that he has traveled to other countries throughout the world as a tourist. This experience allows him to appreciate what life is like through a tourist’s eyes, especially when they are in Uzbekistan. “I know what it’s like to be in a foreign land with its unfamiliarity and that’s why I want to do everything I can to make my new friends feel comfortable.”

While you are in Uzbekistan, we encourage you to accept Nosir’s invitation to visit his family at his house. He, his wife, many children, and even more grandchildren, would love to have you come over to relax and have a cup of tea. The experience of meeting an average Uzbek family at their home will be one that you’ll appreciate for years to come!

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