Marriott Executive Apartments Atyrau
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... and we bought every bottle of Moldovan wine they had - four bottles. I think they keep some in the back for good measure. I also got some more expensive bottles in case I ever want to impress somebody. You never know.
Purchases made and boxed, we were ready to enjoy a glass of quality red wine in the Vinoteca bar. A gentleman who appeared to be the manager was moving around in the bar, but when we took a seat, no one seemed to be working the ...
My favorite local market is Rahat Market, located across the Ural River in Asia. It is a large covered market with rows of stalls of fruit and veggies. A few shops just off this area have meat, fish, dried fruits and nuts, dairy products and a bakery. Behind the covered market area are several floors of shops that include a modern supermarket.
The first time I went to explore the floors of shops, I got lost. The building is ...
... Our second weekend in Atyrau, Greg and Brenda invited the new teachers for dinner in their home in Dostyk Village. Greg and Brenda are returning teachers who taught with Lory in Sumatra and helped us with our transition issues before we moved.
So you can see that finding my tribes was no problem for me. From smallest to largest, they are:
1. Trailing spouses of teachers: Norm, May and Mike.
2. DAIS new teachers and spouses: Norm and Lory, Jeremy ...
... linking Kiev (Ukraine) with Bukhara (Uzbekistan). Bukhara was a major center on the famous Silk Road.
I am fascinated by the history of this region, especially the Silk Road that Marco Polo followed from Istanbul to China in the thirteenth century. The Silk Road was an overland trade route named for the precious Chinese silk. It was the route followed ...
After very short sleep, our host took us to the train station at 5:00am and we took train to Atyrau.
We only slept, read, ate bread cucumber, tomatoes and a nice piece of meat offered by a kind local, and watched some movies on our laptops.