Jannat Regency Hotel
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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 ...
The craft operations are interesting, but I'll admit, I'm getting a little tired of them. Here was one for block printing fabric. It was located in an old madrassa, which has been converted to crafts production and instruction. Among the other visitors was a group of school girls, who wanted their picture taken with us. In general, the girls haven't been as forward as the boys, so this felt special.
We stopped at an old Russian Orthodox ...
Can We Have Our Passports Back?
When we returned promptly at 4 pm, we were told that the ambassador had not been in to sign the visas. We should come back after 10 am on Tuesday. We had our Uzbek Embassy appointment at 10 am on Tuesday already and if we missed that, we could not get another appointment until Friday. We asked for our passports back so we could take them to our Uzbekistan Embassy appointment. We couldn't have ...
... As in Uzbekistan, the youngest son and his wife usually live with his parents and care for them. The payoff is the house when the parents die. If a couple has only girls, one of the daughters and her husband will stay on with the parents. This is an attractive opportunity for the new husband since it means he does not have to pay rent or mortgage.
Kyrgyzstan, wither goest thou?
So what does the future for Kyrgyzstan look ...
... The Uzbek Embassy is closed on Monday's and we will have to wait a day. Cissy already had her visas taken care of in Brussels but still needed a Pamir Highway (GBAO) permit so we could travel in the politically sensitive border zone.