Park Hotel Bishkek
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... problems, and in an hour my Iranian visa will be ready, so I can leave the city tomorrow and head east towards Lake Issyk-Kul and the mountains, because that’s where Kyrgyzstan’s real charm lies. Or so I’ve been told.
Basically, I’ve been taking it slow so far, but I don’t mind so much. I managed to do some final work and get my visas, so now there is nothing in the way of continuing my trip. Looking forward to ...
... There are plenty of brand new cars on the street, such as land cruisers and the like, right next to somehow still running Soviet-era Ladas. And of course the sand paper grade toilet paper. As everything is in Russian or Kyrgi, which also uses the Cyrillic alphabet, and about no one speaks English, some of the joys of China travel continued into Kyrgyzstan. My first attempt at eating at a restaurant involved having to point at food at another dinners table. For the next ...
... the lift which they did but still they couldn't find the key. I told Sam that I might have told them to open the wrong lift but we didn't pass that information on as thankfully someone had found a spare key. Yippeeeee. Elated we went straight upstairs to bed. Next day we had a bit of a role reversal where I was the one who felt ok and so braved the elements to go in search of food. Being my first outing without Sam since starting this trip I felt very independent indeed. ...
... journey took us 1.20 hours each way with 11km on the track. There and back. An adventure in itself! Walked around the valley and admired the fast flowing rivers with melted snow, cows grazing, horses used to round up cattle, yurts in which shepherds and their families lived and then the hot springs which just looked at. I am still pretty sick and needed to rest quite a bit, annoying. Checked out from the even smellier Park Hotel to catch a taxi to ...