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Schooling is free and mandatory, but there are a few caveats. Students are often assessed a fee for repairs, materials, and meals and may have to buy uniforms. Experienced teachers are paid on average $100 per month and may not receive their salary each month. This is not nearly enough on which to live so teachers have to supplement their salary. Many have second jobs, but also a transactional educational ...
... USAF upped the “rent” to $60 million annually before the base was closed in 2014.
Kyrgystan is one of the poorest countries in central Asia with 48% of the workers engaged in agriculture (grain production and animal grazing). 85% of the people are Muslim.
Kyrgystan is tourist friendly with free visa on arrival for many countries and has embraced tourism.
A gorilla must have handled Cissy's suitcase and the ...
... due to the time we'd taken. Back on the road we continued on, coming past a large statue of a figure upon horseback. As we pulled up to inspect it a huge shadow swept over the hillside opposite, there in the sky was a golden eagle soaring over a flock of sheep. There was absolutely no mistaking this for anything else, it's sheer size was just awe inspiring and I was left standing there marvelling at the sight. Just to see such a magnificent bird in its own habitat really ...
We followed the visit to the memorial with a trip to Ala-Archa National Park, one of the few remaining homes of the snow leopard. We walked up a valley between glacier capped mountains and had a picnic next to a mountain stream. As lovely as it was, Farhad assured us that even better is to come.
Tonight we were entertained by traditional musicians and a 17-year old reciting part of the Manas. The Manas is an epic Kyrgyz ...
Well, a blog! It's been a year, so forgive me if I’m a little rusty. Let’s start with just a bit of exposition, shall we? The scene is Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, where I’m sitting on a couch in my hostel, finally taking the time to write this first post.
Finally, because I’ve already been away from home for two weeks. On July 1st I got on a plane to Moscow, and I spent ten days in Russia. ...
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