Park Inn Almaty Airport

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

The Apple of Our Eyes

A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 18, 2014

30 photos

... Kukeldash at our previous stop, I had a debt to pay. It was an incalculable sacrifice- I really, really love nothing more than shopping in malls.
In reality, I had been aware of, and were eagerly anticipating, the sight southeast from Almaty of the Tien Shan range. These could not contrast more steeply (literally!) with the steppelands that lie for leagues to the north and west; in reality these are far more definitive of the Kazakh nation, ...

Bangkok to Atyrau

A travel blog entry by normflach on Aug 13, 2014

16 comments, 2 photos

... Lory sitting patiently and peacefully in this room. Everyone else was congested around the luggage carousel, a confined space. Since the carousel had not begun to move, we sat and relaxed.

A few minutes after the carousel began to circle, I walked up to scout out the progress. I found a spot to stand, looking over the shoulders of the more eager baggage retrievers, when suddenly – who should appear? Chandini, in her kennel was floating along the ...

Night Lights and City Sights

A travel blog entry by yakking_mad on Aug 11, 2014

... br> Border crossings are always unknown affairs; where do you go, what do you need, what's the order, do cars to in the same place as trucks, do the drivers and passengers go separate ways etc. So on the approach to the Kazakstan border (a matter of 100 metres away) I was driving and was trying to work out where we needed to go in relation to the large jumbled mess of badly parked cars that lay 50 metres in front of me. What I failed to see was the stop sign and eager policeman ...

Long drive and short flight

A travel blog entry by ahartry on Jun 07, 2014

15 photos

... five or six women sang as the priest chanted. It was beautiful. Onr next stop was a mosque that used to be a Buddhist temple. The architecture still showed signs of the temple it was. We were not allowed to enter, so we took photos of the outside then left. The rain had stopped before we began our long drive back to Bishkek. We stopped along the lake at the famous resort town for lunch. It was 1:30pm when we stopped, and the restaurant was not only very busy, it was almost out of food ...

Bush camp and meeting curious locals

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Sep 09, 2013

13 photos

... boy who would not have been older than 4. We took photos from the truck and Natasha went out to give him a little present. Drove the last 60km on tarmac, Mongolian tarmac mind you, so it still took longer than expected. We arrived to the town Arkvaikheer( means 'barley fields'), 430km from UB at an elevation of 1913 m, to do shopping. Group 1 had to shop eg my group. Before that though we stopped for lunch at a pretty ...

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