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Here are some of the highlights: The capital of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek, with its Soviet vibe, major monumentalia, utilitarian avenues - combined with a certain energy and friendliness; Looking for small ladies in bishkek a place to spend more than a couple of days but not unpleasant if you do. Lake Issy-Kul, whose northern shore is the country's most popular with former Soviet citizens resort, a bit worn and spreading outward rapidly. The lake itself is enormous and ringed with mountains and the drive around it incredibly pleasant. This camp has sit-down toilets - most don't, so get used to the thought of squatting. Karakol is culturally diverse, with a Chinese mosque and Russian Orthodox church not far from one another, whereas Kochkor is the jumping off point for the mountains around Lake Song-Kul.

Beautiful views all around. Lake Song-Kulthe world's second-largest Alpine lake and a magical stretch of water high above the country. It is ringed by high snow-capped mountains and far enough away from 'civilization' to not even get a mobile phone signal. Beware of the road there and back if you suffer from vertigo, you'll spend a lot of time staring at your feet. Sadly I wasn't able to do this although I did go for a little ride along the lake itself but several people who have tried say it was the highlight of their visit. You can easily find a homestay for the night. The city of Osh, which many visitors don't get to because it isn't on the way to anywhere except overland to Uzbekistanis one of Central Asia's oldest cities.

It is a harrowing hour drive from Bishkek, or you can take a short flight.

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Opening ceremonies of the World Nomad Gamespulled off spectacularly. For hours, we were kn mesmerized with light shows, dances and musical lavies More than yurts were put up for the World Nomad Fod, part of which took place in the mountains beyond Lake Issy-Kul Crowds gather at the start of the World Nomad Games, getting together on the mountain in Huge cock small pussy temporary village of more than yurts Eating your way through Kyrgyzstan If you eat meat, you'll be well fed wherever you go in Ih.

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Usually it'll be served with onions or garlic or a few bits of carrot. One thing you'll find everywhere is kumys, fermented mare's milk. And no, I didn't try it. The one thing I couldn't get enough of: Safety and attitudes to women The joy of traveling as a woman in Kyrgyzstan is that it's perfectly safe wherever you go - while there are never any guarantees of safety, this is not a country in which being a woman should cause you worry. A woman is literally kidnapped and married against her will. Yes - Kyrgyzstan does that. Nearly everyone I met had a family member or friend who had been kidnapped. Sometimes, the kidnapping is symbolic, with the woman having been forewarned but often, it is not.

One mother from a rural village was kidnapped in the s and her daughter suffered the same fate two years ago the little boy was the result. The daughter has found happiness in her marriage but it was very much against her will - she was finishing her business studies in Bishkek when she was shoved into a car and taken back to her home village to live with a man she had been seeing. Despite her pleas to her mother, she was locked into a room a few houses away from her parents' home and her mother, fearing shame, refused to help.

They agreed to let me use their photograph but asked that I not reveal their names or location. Interestingly, a local sociologist told me kidnapping often occurs when the man lacks confidence to ask. A law has now been passed banning bride kidnapping but like everywhere, the mere existence of a law doesn't erase a custom of culture. Still, at least in urban areas, attitudes are changing and plenty of young women I spoke to told me they're rather not date and risk being kidnapped - because yes, it's often the 'boyfriend' and by dating, she is seen as tacitly 'accepting' his advances. That said, mores in this mostly Muslim country are extremely conservative and premarital sex or pregnancy are rare.

Other than the high and narrow roads, the one thing that did scare me in Kyrgyzstan: They roam the streets in packs and converge near bins or garbage dumps as the sun sets and kindly residents put leftovers out for them. They aren't violent and ignore you but rabies is common in the region, and finding rabies shots could be complicated especially in rural areas. What to wear and what to buy Bishkek is like any city - casual for tourists and students, more formal for business. If in doubt, err on the conservative side. Even though it was summer, the only bare skin I saw other than lower arms and legs and the occasional short skirt was on foreigners. Once you leave the city, consider you are in a rural area or in the countryside and dress as you would there.

In Karakol, when visiting the Russian Orthodox Church, you'll have to wear a scarf over your head bring your own if you don't want to put on a used scarf. A the Dungan Mosque, I was promptly handed a chador-type robe green velvet, no less. Step right up, and come on in. Here, have a glass of fermented female horse milk. To be honest, Bishkek is a conundrum. On one hand, I would find it difficult to recommend Bishkek as a holiday destination to the majority of tourists. Osh Bazaar, Bishkek Kyrgyzstan. Soviet-era architecture — circus building in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Every good post-Soviet city has a downtown Russian MiG.

Closest thing to KFC around these parts. Kyrgyz Fried Chicken, Bishkek. Moments later, blood everywhere. Dom Torgovli — House of Trade. Soviet-era architecture in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan On paper, Bishkek may not have the history of many long established European cities. The ties with Russia, both past and present, strategic and cultural, are clear. Getting around is simple. Marshrutkas, in theory, are just a larger version of a shared-taxi. Kygyzstan may be predominantly rural and semi-nomadic, but Bishkek is embracing technology.

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