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RHINO CAM #12 – KYRGYZSTAN (LOTS OF MOUNTAINS)

 

CYCLING AROUND THE WORLD TO SAVE A SPECIES

CYCLING AROUND THE WORLD TO SAVE A SPECIES

RHINO CAM #12 – KYRGYZSTAN (LOTS OF MOUNTAINS)

Kyrgyzstan was a delight.

http://ridingforrhinos.org/2014/08/10/rhino-cam-12-kyrgyzstan-mountains/

CLIMBING THROUGH KYRGYZSTAN

 

Stunning roads, great surfaces and no cars. The road up the mountain was steep but completely worth it. Heading towards Toktogul, Kyrgyzstan.

Stunning roads, great surfaces and no cars. The road up the mountain was steep but completely worth it. Heading towards Toktogul, Kyrgyzstan.

CLIMBING THROUGH KYRGYZSTAN

“In the last couple of weeks we’ve seen some incredibly dramatic transitions between landscapes. We’d be cycling a flat dry desert with no water in the morning and climbing mountains surrounded by snow and ice cold rivers in the afternoon.

Kyrgyzstan has lifted our spirits and reinvigorated our hunger for the trip.”

Click the link for photos …

http://ridingforrhinos.org/2014/08/02/climbing-through-kyrgyzstan/

5 camels and a chameleon

    5 camels and a chameleon 

5 camels and a chameleon (???) pass through Kyrgyzstan on the Mongol Rally …

“We can unanimously say we prefer Kyrgyzstan to Uzbekistan after only being here one day,” …

http://5camels1chameleon.wordpress.com/2014/08/08/time-to-give-lexi-and-us-a-break-in-bishkek-kyrgyzstan/

 

 

 

 

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/

 

STUNNING KYRGYZSTAN

Compass Expeditions visit Kyrgzstan

Compass Expeditions visit Kyrgzstan

STUNNING KYRGYZSTAN

“Welcome to Kyrgyzstan” these were the first words we heard as we entered to border compound after spending nearly 3 hours trying the “get out” of Uzbekistan! Unbelievably within 15 minutes we were riding off into Kyrgyzstan.

http://www.londontomagadan.com/stunning-kyrgyzstan/

 

 

 

Adopted in Kyrgyzstan: Three Days With A Kyrgyz Family

 

Shennae's blog

Shennae’s blog

Adopted in Kyrgyzstan: Three Days With A Kyrgyz Family

Shennae,, en route from New Zealand to Europe, stops off in Karakol to experience Kyrgyz hospitality:

http://nearlynoplans.com/2014/08/02/adopted-in-kyrgyzstan-three-days-with-a-kyrgyz-family/ 

Diary Of A Traveller

   Diary Of A Traveller

… who was in Kyrgyzstan in 2010 …

and came back again in 2014

 

zahariz.com/category/kyrgyzstan-2014/

McKenna’s Travel Blog

McKenna’s Travel Blog

McKenna is taking a year off to Travel the World … here are some of her pasts about Kyrgyzstan:

 http://kennamac.wordpress.com/

Arslanbob: Kyrgyzstan’s very own Shire

 Arslanbob: Kyrgyzstan’s very own Shire

Emily Anne’s visit to Arslanbob in Southern Kyrgyzstan:

 

http://www.travelblog.org/Asia/Kyrgyzstan/Jalal-Abad/blog-850946.html

Traveling in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan-Bishkek-State-Museum-Soviets-500x376Traveling in Kyrgyzstan

Photos and stories from a traveler’s visit to Kyrgyzstan, including Bishkek, Karakol, Bokonbayevo, Lake Issyk Kul, Osh, and the Tian Shan mountains.

http://www.travelthewholeworld.com/traveling-kyrgyzstan/