by 80 Ways Tim
London, United Kingdom
May 15, 2005
Escaping the cultural experience of a country might not be what everyone wants out of their accommodation, but for us it was perfect.
On our first visit, we flew in in the early hours of the morning, were driven through the night (and several potholes) by a man who knew not a word of English, and arrived completely bewildered. So a modern, nicely furnished hotel with satellite TV was just great.
We only ever ate the breakfasts there, but they were great. They had the Kyrgyz take on a full-English, cereals (but check which jug you get the milk from - one of them doesn't come from a cow, I can tell you that much), biscuits, and more.
There's a little patio and lawn out the front, which was great to lounge around in in the evening sun.
This was a really great hotel and well worth the money.
From journal Good Morning Kyrgyzstan!