Park Inn Almaty Airport

2 Mailin, Almaty, 50039, Kazakhstan | Hotel

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Almaty, Kazakhstan: Our Last Stan

A travel blog entry by samber

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... tropical paradise of Thailand awaits with its open arms of beach bars, palm trees and crystal clear waters. Goodbye to the travels, hello to the holiday! INFO: Taxi: Hostel Inn Bishkek to Kazakh Embassy KGS 200 (US$4) Taxi: Kazakh Embassy to Bus Station KGS 300 (US$6) Mini Bus: Bishkek to Almaty dep 1100 arr 1530 with half hr stop at. Border. KGS 400 ea (US$8) Hotel: Turkestan KZT 6,500 (US$42) per night. Private bathroom, dbl bed, fridge, TV, good location. Pre booked through ...

'Mini holiday ' at the Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne


... lost in translation because Janice's horse had no interest whatsoever in doing anything and had to be led by our guide/herder. Mine at least responded well to me and I kept doing loops and circles to get to trot and canter. So i enjoyed my ride but it was not what we had asked for. Only an hour as well. Hopefully there will be better communication tomorrow because I would love to do a proper horse ride. It is very pretty ...

In the National Park

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne


... views from its position and we chose to eat our lunch there. A slightly different way back to the camp with lots of stops, chatting among groups of people and all very pleasant. I was part of the cooking group for that night's meal which was good as it gave me something pleasant to do. Mark a good organiser and the three of us in his team were efficiently chopping away. We made a chicken curry which was absolutely delicious. Served with rice, an aperitif ...

Goodbye Almaty, hello train - au revoir Almaty !

A travel blog entry by sallyjonasniels


... I sat in a cafe, doing administrative chores. Three hours later we all met in the cafe I was working in and we walked to the train station.  At the time we entered our carriage we understood this train was from far the best train we had ever ridden. To make the train ride even better, a set of electric plugs allowed us to use our computer for watching the Life of Pi (with subtitles for blind people) and the Road to ...


A travel blog entry by frawldog


... like Plaza de Llamas in South America. The lower part of town just featured some of the squares, monuments, town halls, government offices, opera house and universities. There was one monument that replaced Lenin when the Soviet Union collapsed. I got my head shaved on Pushkin Street near the market for roughly $3. I think it is easier to go with this style for a few months and not carry around ...


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