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Kyrgyzstan’s Hot Favourite

Kyrgyzstan’s Hot Favourite

A short video about a Kyrgyz entrepreneur:  It’s strictly no goats allowed. But shepherd’s are welcome. This is Kyrgyzstan’s only known mobile sauna. And it’s proving a big hit with the locals.

http://www.boston.com/business/news/2014/08/07/kyrgyzstan-hot-favourite/IGDSdjhfoHRKlJedwv4KIM/video.html

A few juicy facts about Kyrgyzstan

  A few juicy facts about Kyrgyzstan

This is not the best revue that Kyrgyzstan has ever received … but then, the author’s never been here.

http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/carroll/article/A-few-juicy-facts-about-Kyrgyzstan-5675321.php

 

 

 

Wandering Kiwi

 

You know how people always ask which, of all the countries you have visited, is your absolute favourite? I have now travelled in 50 countries but for me the answer is easy – Kyrgyzstan.

You know how people always ask which, of all the countries you have visited, is your absolute favourite? I have now travelled in 50 countries but for me the answer is easy – Kyrgyzstan.

Wandering Kiwi

Posts about Kyrgyzstan from Natasha von Geldernm the World Wandering Kiwi, (a freelance travel writer, editor and inveterate traveller who is passionate about making the pages of the atlas real one trip at a time), including:

 

www.worldwanderingkiwi.com/travel/travel-destinations/asia/kyrgyzstan/

 

Community-Based Tourism in Kyrgyzstan: A Home from Home.

Community-Based Tourism in Kyrgyzstan: A Home from Home.

One of the best (and the worst) things about travelling is working out where you’re going to stay; 

Hotels are a great option – whether offering the comfort of home or a quirky take on a local theme, you generally know what you are getting and have a good place to lay your head and settle down for the night.

But in some of those locations further off-the-beaten track, staying in a hotel is just not an option and other possibilities have to be found.

http://www.4hoteliers.com/features/article/8467

KYRGYZSTAN TRAVEL ADVENTURE IN CENTRAL ASIA

    KYRGYZSTAN TRAVEL ADVENTURE IN CENTRAL ASIA

An article on the website of the Travel There Next TV Channel:

http://www.traveltherenext.com/explore/item/441-kyrgyzstan-travel-adventure-in-central-asia

Deep Into the Dream World of Kyrgyzstan – NYTimes.com

 Deep Into the Dream World of Kyrgyzstan – NYTimes.com

A New York Times story about a trip to Kyrgyzstan …

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/11/travel/deep-into-the-dream-world-of-kyrgyzstan.html?_r=0

Kyrgyzstan: Winter on the Steppe | Patrick McGinnis

  Kyrgyzstan: Winter on the Steppe | Patrick McGinnis

I can confirm that Kyrgyzstan is indeed very cold in winter.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/patrick-mcginnis/kyrgyzstan-winter-on-the-steppe_b_4709756.html

Emerging ‘It’ Place: Kyrgyzstan – Intelligent Travel

 Emerging ‘It’ Place: Kyrgyzstan – Intelligent Travel

Landlocked, hidden behind the empty steppes of Kazakhstan and western China, and guarded by the dizzying peaks of the Tien Shan and Pamir ranges, Kyrgyzstan backs up its enigmatic reputation with formidable geography.

But lately the nation’s veil has begun to lift.

http://intelligenttravel.nationalgeographic.com/2013/12/10/emerging-it-place-kyrgyzstan/

 

Kyrgyzstan | Tien Shan Mountains | Rough Guides

 

Rough Guide : Skiing

Rough Guide : Skiing

Kyrgyzstan | Tien Shan Mountains | Rough Guides

In search of some adrenaline-filled activity in Central Asia, Rough Guides writer Kiki Deere makes a somewhat brave attempt at skiing in Kyrgyzstan.

http://www.roughguides.com/article/skiing-kyrgyzstan/#ixzz2iSIzfs5d

Climber from St. Charles County among first to summit peak in Kyrgyzstan : News

first summit

first summit

Climber from St. Charles County among first to summit peak in Kyrgyzstan : News

Back inside their home in St. Charles County, Lori and David Lines nervously checked their computer screen, watching the little blue dot that represented their son move slowly along the map of a mountain range in Kyrgyzstan.

http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/metro/climber-from-st-charles-county-among-first-to-summit-peak/article_55673d5f-6ede-59cd-9c47-f3ad29675107.html