Grand Hotel Aiser
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... my points were going to cover their business class airfare. In the back of my mind was my parents comments after their last long haul trip that economy 13 hour was now too much for them to recover from so I knew that business was the only way to get them on a plan again to the other side of the world. With this in mind I planned everything, had the homemade brochure ready and sent it off to them along with a ...
... Shan embraced us; the slopes soared to snowy peaks, tumbled in ravines, and skied down alpine valleys; southwards the glacier-clad Pik Komsomola (4,330m) tantalizingly hinted at Kyrgyzstan's higher peaks beyond. After ten heavenly private minutes, two charming Vladivostok men arrived; we ceded possession, urging them to savour the isolation. It may have been but the lowliest corner over the eaves, but it was still the roof.
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... The Big Cat Diary.
I have managed to pack in plenty of amazing places for an unbelievable 3 week East African odyssey. I have divided my trip into two segments - Uganda and Kenya/Tanzania. I found that outsourcing my requirements to two operators who have lodges in the areas I wanted to visit allowed me to save more money. Both of the TOs were great in letting me book directly with a number of hotels who offered me the opportunity of the same rate ...
... lost in translation because Janice's horse had no interest whatsoever in doing anything and had to be led by our guide/herder. Mine at least responded well to me and I kept doing loops and circles to get to trot and canter. So i enjoyed my ride but it was not what we had asked for. Only an hour as well. Hopefully there will be better communication tomorrow because I would love to do a proper horse ride. It is very pretty ...
... promised in a Kazakh official tourist brochure) was and were told 3km. John was not one to give up so we started the walk following a huge pipe line (the water from the lake supplies Almaty with its water) which made me think of the Rabbit Proof Fence. That was what it felt...we followed this enormous pipeline on a tiny little track and after 45 min we actually had the lake in sight. The funny thing though was that an armed guard with a mega phone was patrolling the ...