Park Inn Almaty Airport

2 Mailin, Almaty, 50039, Kazakhstan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Almaty

Almaty, Kazakhstan: Our Last Stan

A travel blog entry by samber on Nov 25, 2013

... We were picked out of the crowd and taken down a different aisle, passports were handed over and given back within a few minutes. That was us leaving Kyrgyzstan. The Kazakh embassy was only a short stroll away and we were once again in and out of there in a matter of minutes. By far the quickest exit/extry of the trip. Great roads saw us arrive in Almaty by mid afternoon. On first glance it looked quite similar to Bishkek but on further investigation it was a lot more modern. ...

Mongolian culture

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Sep 13, 2013

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... a 5km walk to visit a local family. The sun shone from a clear sky but we had a fierce wind which mad the day feel like a Canberra cold winter's day. The walk was across the field I had ridden across yesterday and w encountered all sorts of life; squirrels, yaks, gers with people doing their tasks, horses, lazy dogs etc. very nice. The visit became one of the highlights of this trip. Such a genuine visit to generous, welcoming people who seemed to have all the time in the ...

South Gobi bush canp

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Sep 03, 2013

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Again up at six and away at seven. This time we drove further than 4 minutes. More like an hour and it was a welcome stop. John and his group made scrambled eggs and lots of toast. Tasty but sloppy! Pretty cold still and we kept rugged up. I had three cups of coffee in my cup that i bought in UB. Drinking coffee from plastic mugs is horrible! Bought a wine glass too because wine and plastic not great either! The cup from IKEA!! A ...

From the steppe to the mountains

A travel blog entry by liamandsam on Jun 06, 2013

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... making noodles and they just took over, shaking their heads and laughing a lot, they even poured the sachets in. Maybe we were doing it wrong in their eyes! The mother just gestured no, let me. Very amusing for us, now they probably think New Zealanders are strange and don't have noodles or sense. The second train trip was the most relaxing so far, and we felt that we had definitely earned it by this stage. Kupe is typically two bunks beds, so four people in a compartment with a ...


A travel blog entry by parleusted on Sep 26, 2012

1 comment, 16 photos

... buildings including a war memorial and the candy colored Zenkov Cathedral, one of the few tsarist-era buildings remaining in Almaty. We got there just a as the sun was setting and caught sight of it in an excellent golden glow.

The Kazakh Central State Museum is in a grand building and displays Kazakhstan's history from the bronze-age to recent times. The highlight is a replica of the Golden Man (a warrior costume). It is now Kazakhstan's ...

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