When I looked out of the window the next morning, the weather forecast was indeed right and a cloudless blue sky greeted me. I also received a message that I should be in Karakol at a certain time and I had to take the 11:30 bus. But I also had time to walk around a bit. First breakfast.
Breakfast was always great, enough delicious things for me (there was also porridge and fried eggs here) and I had already resigned myself to 3 weeks of Nescafe. I took this photo because of the sweets on the left – they were always served with coffee in Armenia. In Kyrgyzstan, however, only here.
But then I got out. There are at least 4 directions to walk along. I first took this one and came across the Red Bull can and had to think of Salzburg. I wonder if that was agreed with USaid.
Then suddenly it smelled strangely like a dead animal – and there they were, the remains of a cow. The wolf?
The valley was pretty, but I still hurried to another one. I had already been there the day before and photographed the view of a part of the village again. It looked quite different in the sun.
Also a view in the direction of the valley I walked before:
And there was a nice reflection in a large puddle or small pool:
And then I looked around the village a bit more. Yesterday’s additional ponds and rivers had disappeared.
I found the many wooden fences in the village striking.
And then it was already time for the marshrutka, or rather, we had to wait a little longer.
And then we started. This lady drove approx.. 500 m with us
This time we collected more people then getting off
Not much happened during this part of the day, but my curiosity was satisfied. Whether it’s a tourist hotspot or not, the area is definitely pretty. Only this in-between time is not quite so ideal, as avalanches are also possible.
And what do you think this morning-news is all about?