Tay House Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Older Russian man, was kind, but spoke no English. I realized I had not changed money, so he pointed me back into the terminal. There was an ATM machine, but I quickly discovered, I couldn't read the screen, and it's not arranged as we know. Afraid to take a chance giving it my card. Oh well.
On to the WorldHotel Sultanate, which was quite nice and welcoming. The room had a very modern design.
Next morning Marat arrived as my tour guide, and yes, he ...
... of the "Stans" unless one is with a registered group with a registered guide. Once I depart Iran, I’ll be going on my own again.
First, I want to mention that traveling alone is a great experience, but it can be challenging. It can be to very enjoyable and very interesting for the obvious reason that you are the only one calling all the shots all the time and there is no need to consult with anyone on anything, because you can go wherever ...
Getting There (Continued)
We left the pet hotel at 6:00 am and arrived at the airport before 7:00. We were advised to allow lots of time to check Chandini onto the plane. Early morning taxi rides in Bangkok are pretty traffic free, so it was just over a half hour from way downtown to the airport.
The Astana Airways counter would not open until 8:00 for our 10:30 flight, so we had lots of time to hit Starbucks for morning coffee. The check-in was ...
... point at 2000 m and fewer gers and animals to start of with. Came to a valley and encountered more life. Stopped to take photos of a herder on a horse who tried to muster unwilling hybrid yaks. Good fun. Drove past a ger in the making and Jim turned the truck around and drove straight into their ger site. They welcomed us with open arms. We were served the fermented mare 's milk and curd biscuits, allowed to take photos ...
... was available. I wanted to get to the ger camp rather than hanging around in a dusty town looking for food items that were not available! John experienced something similar with his group leader, nick, who is too young to be able to cook easy things with few pots and few ingredients. The meat buying good fun though. A bit of a drive after the shopping was finished and the food stored away. Very dry desert country with vast expanses of flat earth with ...