Kelsuu means “coming water”
Kel-suu is the most beautiful lake in Kyrgyzstan. Definitely. Hard to get, located at 3500m above the sea level, in a far and cold Ak-sai valley. Its water comes down from the melting glaciers on the high rocks surrounding the lake, and it has this magnificent blue-green color. Honestly, I don’t know anyone, who was not impressed by the photos.
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You might need the Permit for border zones in Kyrgyzstan to visit some famous places, located in border regions, like Kelsuu, Chatyr-kul, Mertzbaher lakes, Inylchek glaicier etc. The are border control in the areas and you must have the permit to pass them.
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Every year I meet more and more vegetarian tourists. And they often have difficulties finding a good and cheap place to eat vegetarian food in Bishkek. Because Kyrgyzstan is a nomadic country where most people prefer meat. So I decided to write this post about the cafes in Bishkek, offering vegetarian food.
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There are several ways, to get from Manas airport to Bishkek.
Let’s start from the cheapest one.
When you leave the terminal zone, you will be warmly accepted by a crowd of taxi drivers, offering insistently their services to take you to Bishkek. Especially they are hunting for strangers, who are not aware of local prices. If you prefer to save money, don’t stop, go to the exit.
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July 6th, my birthday.
I’m going to celebrate on the road, with people from different countries, which I don’t nearly know.
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