Talk: Kyrgyzstan – From Nature to Kumys

Date : 14 Dec 2018
Time : 7.30pm to 8.30pm
Location : NSS Office

Open to the Public - Registration Needed

Kyrgyzstan is a small country by Central Asian standards, captivating through its diversity and beauty. Join Patricia as she outlines her five-week trip though Kyrgyzstan. She entered the country at the western land border near Talas and exited at the remotest border post east of Karakol. Her journey offered close views of the Pamir mountain ranges with Pik Lenin, involved camping at the shores of Issyk-Kul, and excursions into the Central Tien Shan range. Her talk will sketch an image of Kyrgyzstan’s majestic mountains, rolling steppes, highland pastures, lakes, yurts, homestays, marmots, yaks and kumys (fermented horse milk). Her highlights included a horse festival at Chyrchyk Pass as well as unforgettable horse-riding trips to remote lakes and slopes covered in ancient petroglyphs.


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