Park Hotel Bishkek
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Archa National Park, outside Bishkek. What a scenery! ( see the photos) I think we are missing out on something pretty not including Kyrgyzstan on our tourist circuits. I would gladly come back with others for a longer stay.
I admire the generosity of my host Lex and his brother. For the last 3 months, there has always been Couchsurfers in his house. His girlfriend told me that, at one point, there were 14 Couchsurfers at the same time in ...
... call at the Uzbek Embassy but we also knew everyone gets a 10 am time. We kept our fingers crossed that our passports were waiting for us at the Tajikistan Embassy and, by 10:20, we could be at the Uzbek Embassy and not be missed. But no such luck. We were still cooling our heals in the small Tajikistan Embassy waiting room at 11:15. It looked pretty grim that we would make it all the way across town to get our Uzbek visa. Finally at 11:20 we got ...
... in us (the £4 per night including dinner and breakfast seemed to be a by-product of wanting to host us), and with great food it was a lovely place to stay, despite being very basic (our tiny room had a single bed, a table to sit at on the floor, no curtain or privacy on the glass door, but we didn't care). Our second place was more 'for the tourist' but equally as great, staying in a place with mountains views and the most fabulous flowered garden (flower ...
... broken and loose. Certainly a lack of money contributes to this state of affairs, but I wonder if their nomadic tradition plays a role as well, since nomads would not be inclined to invest in permanent residences. Farhad told us of someone who had enough money to buy the latest model Lexus but whose house was falling down. Kyrgyz are no longer nomads, of course, having been forced to settle by the Tsarist Russians. But perhaps that ...
... of thing is typical in Portugal. Turkish Airlines does not have a dedicated check-in desk and the information desk told us which one they would use when the time came.
We ended up waiting an hour for the check-in counter to open. While waiting, we passed the time talking Don, a Canadian, living and working in Doha the capital city of Qatar. We were first in line and were processed quickly. We requested an exit row and the girl vaguely nodded ...