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... d'Ala Archa, en dehors de Bishkek. Vues splendides (voir les photos). Il est malheureux que le Kyrgyzstan ne fasse pas partie de nos circuits touristiques car c'est tellement beau. Je n'hésiterais pas à revenir ici un jour.
j'admire la générosité de Lex et de son frère. Ça fait trois mois qu'il y a toujours des Couchsurfers à la maison. Sa copine me disait qu'à un moment donné, il y en avait 14 en même temps. Nous achetons et préparons ...
... our Tajikistan visas were already pasted in waiting for the Ambassador’s stamp and signature. We pleaded, ‘Can we come by at 9 am?’ Sure we could come in, the officer said, but the Ambassador won’t be there to sign until 10:00. Guess the Ambassador has banker’s hours. Oh well, it couldn't be helped, as Junko would say.
Tuesday September 9th – Double Booked
Tajikistan - 10 am
We knew we’d ...
... Kyrgyzstan. There's a distinct difference in the people and culture between the north and south, the south being more Uzbek and thus having a much more Arabic feel about it. The dress is more conservative, people look different (less 'East Asian' and more Middle Eastern), the language is Uzbek and the street chaos is like that of an Arabic country. Arslanbob was one of the highlights of our time in the country. It's a large village located, yes you guessed it, in the shadow ...
We are at the end of our stay in Kyrgyzstan - tomorrow we head to Turkey - and I've been trying to capture my overall impressions of the two "Stans", Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan. Please note that this is based on only a little more than a week in both places.
Both countries are classified as third world and are struggling to revive their economies since the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Uzbekistan seems to have the upper hand ...
August 16/17, 2014 - LISBON to BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan
USSR Guesthouse $30, double w/shared bath