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About aguamaul

World traveler, frequent flyer, wine enthusiast, blogger, cat owner, and husband.

Boutier Winery

PashbyMaul adventures goes wine tasting at Boutier Winery in Madison County, Georgia. Among the surprising varietals we find a new Georgia favorite! Continue reading

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A Thousand Years of Maul(e)

I’m not sure what inspired me to start doing a bit of Maul(e) family historical research this morning, but one thing led to another, and hours of research later a quick post evolved into an epic essay of Maul family … Continue reading

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Khast Imam Complex – Tashkent

It’s hard to find “old” Tashkent, but seeking it out is certainly worth the effort. 50 years ago, an earthquake damaged the city, and opportunistic Soviet planners used the seismic event (described in various magnitudes depending on the source) as … Continue reading

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Noryangjin Fish Market (노량진수산시장)

Some may call it an aquarium of death, others a seafood lover’s paradise. Whatever your inclination, a visit to Seoul’s Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market is a one of a kind experience you won’t soon forget. PashbyMaul Adventures was in Seoul for … Continue reading

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PashbyMaul Adventures – Update

It’s been six months since our last post. An epic failure on our part to keep our followers updated on life in Uzbekistan. This time last year, we were nearing the end of our “Last 100 Days in Italy” series, as … Continue reading

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Legend of the Bibi-Khanym Mosque

For a bit of a romantic twist in the history of Samarkand, we visited the massive 14th century Bibi-Khanym Mosque. The monument is best known today for an illicit affair that supposedly took place between Timur’s Queen, and the mosque’s architect. Legend … Continue reading

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Samarkand Photo Essay – The Registan

Our photo tour of Samarkand continues with a visit to the iconic Registan. As the heart of the ancient city of Samarkand, the Registan was once the center of all activity in the city. As caravans met from all corners … Continue reading

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