Atyrau Dastan Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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When you move to a new city, country or continent, one of your tasks is to establish a social life and make new friends. As international teachers we have always had an advantage in this process. The school community and the teacher colleagues have provided us with automatic connections in a welcoming community. In our last two locations, since my retirement, we have had an added advantage of moving to a Chevron school. The small gated Chevron communities open their arms ...
Lory's new school is the Dostyk American International School (DAIS). The city of Atyrau sits on the north shore of the Caspian Sea. Because Atyrau is in the oil rich Caspian Depression – 20 meters below sea level - TengisChevrOil is busy with oil and natural gas projects here. The Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade school is exclusively for children of ...
... crossing the Ural River, leading us ton the Geographical European Continent! Our first step in Europe for nearly a year! After what we went through the old city, with its Russian styles wooden houses with bright white and blue colors. After another pretty orthodox church, we were in the center of the impressive central square, surrounded by bank and administration offices all around it. A nice mosque was also standing there, open to anybody ...
After very short sleep, our host took us to the train station at 5:00am and we took train to Atyrau.
We only slept, read, ate bread cucumber, tomatoes and a nice piece of meat offered by a kind local, and watched some movies on our laptops.
Not the best day for Blanch today.
Having started the morning by finding a scorpion under my tent, we both agreed that once we get going things will start to improve in Kazakhstan.....wrong.
Unfortunately before making it off the gravel, whilst negotiating a sandy section, a hidden ledge reared itself ensuring Blanche becoming not only slightly airborne but now completely ...