Comfort Hotel Astana
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This is my last stop, visiting more friends whom I know through work. It's great having them show me around. They live in a surprisingly spacious apartment in a building built by the Soviets in the 90's, so another inside look at life here.
Astana became the 'new ' capital of Kazakhstan in 1997, moved from Almaty by the strong-man president because it was more central to the Kazakh and Russian populations, and less ...
Thank you all so much for your prayers for safe travel. God was gracious and we arrived with all our luggage (19 bags!) and a minimum of discomfort from airplane food and leg space. :)
We fell into bed around 1:30am Kazakhstan time, had a leisurely morning, and left around noon for a quick drive tour of downtown before heading to Eigilik coffee shop to meet Alexey's co-laborer, Martha ...
Hard work getting up today, partly because I lost two hours yesterday traveling through two time zones and second because it just seemed a bit ground hog day. The hills have disappeared replaced with soft rolling climbs over plains. The road are quick B type roads but very bumpy and didn't do my knees any favours. It was also a day of firsts. BAD. 1 First time I forget ...
We left Ulgii on June 3rd on our way to Russia. Our visa started on the 1st of June but that was Mothers-and-children-day in Russia and the second June was Sunday ( borders closed) so this was our first opportunity. We said goodbye to Bek and his tribe and drove to the border. Mongolia out took about 2 and Russia in took about 6 hrs because we had to unpack the whole trailer, put all the luggage through a X-ray machine and then repack it all. So after a ...
... of town, with a mall on the doorstep and a short walk to most of the city's attractions. First up was a visit to a huge modern yurt (traditional Kazakh tent) called Khan Shatyr with a mall inside and a system to keep the temp constant at 22degs year round - with an outside temp that varies between -30 and 35. Our next challenge was to get our visas registered in order to avoid fines at the border. This turned out to be a real mission! Initially a lady ...