Tay House Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... enact some task related to his employment; a vendor exited and was soon lost amidst the hamlet's ramshackle tangle; distant pinpoint figures gradually evolved, in their approach, into two women and a boy, one to wave off the boarding pair.
What distinguished the picture, however, was its soundtrack- muted dog barks, silence apart; a silence so engulfing, that the hum of the sporadic automobile vanished into its chasm, as if ...
... center. Wow, this was really impressive. They demonstrated the various techniques and methods that each of the different birds used. The showed how eagles hunted wolves, falcons for rabbits & pigeons all and owls for rodents and fish. Truly amazing!
Almaty is truly an amazing city, both in the past as a caravanserai and today as a modern city. This is a must visit place if you are ever out this way.
... is! So the TV monitor showed us flying north of Delhi to Chandigarth, and hanging a right to Almaty. We must have been just barely west of Lahore and then Islamabad as we flew north over the Himalayas and crossed western China and Tajikistan, into Almaty.
I tried to take photos of the snow-capped mountains with my iPad, with limited success. As we got closer to Almaty the topography changed, introducing a flat plateau, which was probably western ...
... casualness. Then, the high school students began to dance a European court dance from the 18th century. They seemed to be filming it, as they would do a part, with camera rolling, then go back to the beginning to film it again. We decided at this point we needed lunch, so we left the casual guards and the court-dancing students and went to find the pedestrian area. We picked a lovely café, with a great terrace for dining. The weather could not have ...
... that the ger was being made for the son who was about to get married. What an absolutely fantastic spontaneous encounter. Took heaps of photos but also had time to nod and use mime language with the women sitting sewing the felt roof of the ger. Thanks to our Mongolian guides we could learn a bit and make the meeting more meaningful for both parties. The longer we stayed the more people came out from other nearby gers. ...