Uyut

Address: Gogolya St. 127/1, Almaty, Kazakhstan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Gogolya St. 127/1, Almaty, is near City Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Almaty

      Planning, researching, dreaming

      A travel blog entry by saminkaz on Dec 01, 2014

      ... amongst such amazing animals is unbelievable and to stay 6 nights in a camp is an opportunity to really understand a place and enjoy not just a camp but its staff. Plus it allows me to get out the cameras and just stay still and enjoy.
      The privilege of being able to do what I am doing is still beyond belief. Three months in Africa is a dream that only a job there could allow me to enjoy. Being able to spend it ...

      The Apple of Our Eyes

      A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 18, 2014

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      ... to, as was the general consensus, the standout honchos of the Silk Road. On nearly every trip, I suppose, there is a site or a place that exceeds far above frugal expectation; we'd all have returned in a heartbeat.
      Back in Chimbulak (also Shymbulak- everything in Almaty, as it should be at home, is bilingual; the conquered and conqueror's tongues equally represented) we splurged on what we judged a merited coffee and burger, then ...

      Trying to stay patient

      A travel blog entry by saminkaz on Nov 22, 2013

      ... to head out at the crack of dawn and not sleep in plus my desire to not have anyone sitting next to me. Her help has allowed me to feel confident about all my plans and even more excited about everything.

      So now I will continue researching and reading TA over the next 7 weeks to understand what is happening in the places I am going to to understand as much as I can. All I can say is that I need to stay patient and keep busy.

      Damn that's tough!

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      'Mini holiday ' at the Hot Springs

      A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Sep 12, 2013

      12 photos

      ... completely deserted. Looked so old and dilapidated that we speculated that the pipes were put in during the Soviet era. I took some photos to demonstrate this. Lots of our fellow Dragomans in our hot pool drinking beer and laughing. I have no longing to strip off and get into jot smelly water though but will do it tomorrow after our walk. The electricity is not working so we are looking forward to a candle lit dinner ...

      Tough Aussies

      A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Aug 25, 2013

      11 photos

      ... and started the big walk down to the gates of the national park. And we walked and walked and jogged a bit and jogged a bit more. The road's gradient often 12% so pretty hard going. To cut a long story (walk) short, it took us 3 hours without resting once to reach our destination. At that stage we were very tired and had sore shins, feet etc. hard to walk down hill! LP had written about an eagle farm right outside the gate and for a while we thought they got ...