Marriott Executive Apartments Atyrau
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Moving to Kazakhstan has presented dietary challenges for Lory and I. Accustomed as we are to eating Thai food, fresh salads and plain yogurt, we struggled for two months to make this happen in Atyrau.
In Indonesia we had Elvi. Elvi was our house manager – cook, cleaner, launderer, and shopper. You name it; she did it. I had a pretty cushy life in Rumbai, Sumatra.
Here in Atyrau,we have a cook and a cleaner. Saulay, our cook, comes in ...
When you move to a new city, country or continent, one of your tasks is to establish a social life and make new friends. As international teachers we have always had an advantage in this process. The school community and the teacher colleagues have provided us with automatic connections in a welcoming community. In our last two locations, since my retirement, we have had an added advantage of moving to a Chevron school. The small gated Chevron communities open their arms ...
Lory's new school is the Dostyk American International School (DAIS). The city of Atyrau sits on the north shore of the Caspian Sea. Because Atyrau is in the oil rich Caspian Depression – 20 meters below sea level - TengisChevrOil is busy with oil and natural gas projects here. The Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade school is exclusively for children of ...
... found a supermarket, where we could hide for an hour or so from the scary outside, and were we bought our Kazakh cheap breakfast: 350g caviar, kefir, tvaroch, bread. We had our little breakfast on the way, and the police stopped in front of us to check a car (pretty interesting police check where policemen seemed to be more friends of the drivers than official policemen… who cares…).
After a little walk, we went over ...