Hyatt Regency Bishkek
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... well as being an up-and-coming destination for stand-alone outdoor activity trips.
The journey from Taraz to Bishkek was straightforward enough – a four hour journey in a minibus that left the city’s bus station when full (despite the best efforts of our hotel receptionist to tell us that the buses only run at night). The border was actually relatively painless (see practical information) with the biggest hold up ...
... in Bishkek
- New Tyres for the Machina.. The MTZ’s had taken a beating. They were splitting around the rim lock and the tread was cut up very bad. So new tyres were purchased.
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... for more that beef or lamb. There are also large herds of cattle and small herds of just a few. Also a few have large flocks of sheep and goats but most are small. Usually the shepherd has cattle mixed in with the sheep and goats because the sheep will follow where the cattle go. No dogs were utilized. The shepherding is done by the whole male family contingent though occasionally a women is the shepherd. The yurts frequently have a ...
... where as all the peaks around had no snow… Just when we got back to the car, it started raining – so lucky!
After a very late lunch or maybe early dinner, we went to the airport to fly to Tashkent. These few days in Kyrgyzstan were really nice, especially the mountains and our night with the nomads.
The immigration in Uzbekistan was unexpectedly quick, no major issues or delays, even though 2 people ...
... Silk Road time. This place is again at 3100m altitude and two weeks before I got there it was snowing up there. The temperature was ok though since there was not as much wind as at Song Kul. And the yurt camp I was staying at had a very sweet treat: a banya in the middle of the mountains!!! It's like a Russian steam sauna. I stayed in there for almost an hour. Plain awesome! After that I was ready to cuddle up in the yurt by the **** fire. The next day I visited ...