BigBadWolf :

I’m somewhat of a world traveler Been to north south and central America. been to most of Asia and africa. not may places left for me to see in Europe. I’ve seen people with wealth beyond measure and people so poor their dream was simply to someday send they children to a school.
But no where was I ever treated as badly and rudely as when I went to Port-au-Prince Haiti! of course I was there in 2005 and the violence in the streets was really horrorfic
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How about you? what’s your worse place?

Jumping Trains :

North America
South America
Central America
Caribban
Europe
Asia
Middle East
Pacific Islands
Australia (and New Zealand)
Antarctica

If you have to travel around 1 of those which would you pick?

olimjonn :

i plan to travel there with touristic with as it is expensive there i wnt to work so my question is CAN I FIND SOME ILLEGAL JOB OVER THERE FOR THE SUMMER i just wanna cover my expenses…

Nickteacher :

Need to get to both Uzbekistan and Washington DC within 1 week and then back to Seoul, Korea.

Sam B :

Hey people,

I’m planning a trip to central asia starting in Almaty. I have yet to get any decent information on how long it takes to get to Issy-kul from Almaty. The town I will be going to is Karakol.

Does anyone know how long it will take?
How much it will cost?
Is there any specific border crossing?

And if anyone knows about travel from Karakol to Bishkek I’d be SO grateful.

Any help would be really appreciated. Thanks!
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karisa_tine :

i am on a trip around the world at the moment, after central and south america i am now in nz. then fiji and australia, then asia.

Bluemoon :

Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Afghanistan and Mongolia…

Of the 8 countries above, which Former Soviet Union and Central Asian countries are worth visiting, generally safe to travel and tourist-friendly?

The qualities I’m looking for are:
1. Safety & Hygiene (less theft, mugging and epidemic possibilities)
2. Tourist-friendly (friendly people)
3. Historical sites (amazing architecture)
4. Beautiful nature (exotic)
5. Facinating culture and cuisine

Again, the countries on my wish-list are: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Afghanistan and Mongolia

Choose the best 3 countries in order.
I said Former Soviet Union AND Central Asian countries and I did know Iran, Afghanistan and Mongolia had never been part of Soviet Union. =p
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan// Former Soviet Union
Iran, Afghanistan and Mongolia// Central Asian countries

That’s why I had put the three countries in the later part of the list. (Because there are not former Soviet Union!)

Bluemoon :

Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Afghanistan and Mongolia…

Of the 8 countries above, which Central Asian countries are worth visiting, generally safe to travel and tourist-friendly?

The qualities I’m looking for are:
1. Safety & Hygiene (less theft, mugging and epidemic possibilities)
2. Tourist-friendly (friendly people)
3. Historical sites (amazing architecture)
4. Beautiful nature (maybe exotic)
5. Facinating culture and cuisine

Again, the countries on my wish-list are: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Iran, Afghanistan and Mongolia

Choose the best 3 countries in order.

Mic :

I’ve been wondering lately what it would be like to travel to these countries. I’ve heard about what it is like to travel to so many countries, but none from central asia. I’m actually thinking of visiting a couple.
I was wondering what are your thoughts about traveling here?I would GREATLY APPRECIATE if someone who is from these countries or has been there give me some detail on life there, culture, way of life etc. I know a decent amount, but I would like to hear from experienced people who have been there.

niki :

It was the first of the former Soviet Republics to become a democracy and is considered to be the
[3] safest and, most peaceful country in central Asia.
2.
A. NO CHANGE
B. broke off from the Soviet Union to become its own country
C. became its own country from the Soviet Union from which it broke off
D. broke from its own country into the Soviet Union
3.
A. NO CHANGE
B. safest, and most peaceful
C. safest and most peaceful,
D. safest and most peaceful

The Kyrgyzstan-bound traveler must begin [4] to plan his or her trip well in advance. Obtaining a
visa and making travel arrangements can take much longer than one might expect.
An individual who travels to Kyrgyzstan will, however, be richly rewarded for his or her
perseverance. .
4.
A. NO CHANGE
B. to start making plans for
C. starting to plan
D. figuring out a plan for