Hyatt Regency Bishkek
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... La prise d'antibiotiques m'a permis de limiter les dégats.
Mais le Kyrgyzstan, c'est quoi, au juste? C'est un pays d'Asie centrale qui faisait partie de l'URSS jusqu'en 1991 à la dissolution de cette dernière. Sa capitale est Bishkek et sa population est aux environs de 5 millions d'habitants. La langue kyrgyze, qui s'apparente à la langue turque, et le russe sont les deux langues officielles. Car ...
We started the day at a silk factory. Margilon is still a major center for this industry. Even though the major production is all automated now, we visited an operation that still does it the old way. The video shows the boiling of the silk worm cocoon, so that the fibers can be extracted....
Then we visited another market, which is always fun. This time I got to the meat section....I'll spare you the more disgusting pics.....lots of fat and a ...
... local Tajikistan Embassy refused to issue our visas until September 16th, it threw a monkey wrench in to our Kyrgyzstan to Tajikistan to Uzbekistan plan. We could not just flip our sequence because Cissy already had her visas and they were date specific. We had to figure out what to do with too much unplanned time in Kyrgystan and not enough time in Tajikistan.
With our Uzbek visa already in process, and knowing we'd not be allowed into ...
... there is potential for hydroelectric power as well as development of solar, wind and thermal energies.
Of concern, however, is the brain drain. 70% of Farhad's high school and college friends have left for other countries. They were discouraged with the prospects in Kyrgyzstan, citing corruption, poor health care, and nepotism. And foreign analysts have called Kyrgyzstan's politics unpredictable making foreign countries leery of ...
... a taxi was not simple, "Tajikistan Embassy please" didn't ring a bell with the driver. The address didn't either but the guy pulled out a well worn city map book and, together with Google maps on Dave's cell, eventually he appeared to know where to go and off we went.
In spite of the fact that there is not a lot of traffic on the road, say compared to Delhi or Shanghai, driving here is pretty hectic.