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... Five years.” Her facial expression registered shock and dismay. I interjected, “Does that sound like a prison sentence to you?” She nodded affirmatively. Lory and I laughed.
Our flight pattern from Bangkok to Almaty surprised me. Almaty is straight north of New Delhi. That had not occurred to me because I thought of Kazakhstan as being west of Afghanistan. And part of it is. Atyrau is north of Tehran, Iran. Gives you an idea of how huge ...
... 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 ...
... the Mongolian people. A 3km walk uphill with the monastery being just below 2000m. I will let the photos describe the site, the view and the climb to the top. Lucky with the weather today too. It was threatening but rain never eventuated. I was in the cook group responsible for lunch and again we worked well as a team and produced a very nice meal. Continued our drive towards the bush camp. Green hills, high up with ...
... and tea/coffee with fancy chocolate sort of Tim Tams for dessert. Really, really nice and I managed to take lots of photos as the meal progressed. Mark very apt at mixing spices! This evening much warmer as we had a good cloud cover. Huge difference and i didn't even have to put on my fleecy jumper! In bed again before ten. Early start tomorrow. Hot in the tent and i literally slept with my head outside with a wonderfully cool breeze on my face. Slept really ...
... br> Kazakh ethnics make up 60% of the population in Almaty and Russians, Kyrgyz, Uzbeks and Koreans make up the rest. There seems to be lots of fancy restaurants here (hopefully we will test some out).
We enjoyed an ice cream in the local park whilst watching grandparents and children feed the pigeons (tapence a bag). The ...