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Siberian Winter: Pavlodar

Pavlodar, Kazakhstan (continued from Astana)
The train lady knocked on our door and woke us up a little less than an hour before we arrived in Pavlodar. 1,328 more words


rachelkelseysawyer reblogged this on rachelinkazakhstan and commented:

Having never been to a Russian speaking country, a post-Soviet country, an Islamic country, or an Asian country... my friend Leona accomplished it all in one trip to see me! In this post she talks about the city where I live, Pavlodar. Her fresh eyes capture everything I've wanted to tell you all about Kazakhstan, but I had stopped taking note of the little things because I'm so accustomed to them by now. Here's to reblogging (again) from Leona!

Horse Head Fiddle

We are almost done with the first term of school and are heading into a student holiday. I’ve been sitting on this idea for a little while now, but I thought I ought to post before things get too busy come November. 475 more words


Komuz vs Dombra, KAZAKHSTAN

Mise en ligne le 28 sept. 2011

two virtuosos of dombra and komuz from Kazakhstan with virtuosity, dexterity and creation gave a wonderful show .


Kerry Kazakh, c'est moi.

Finally we were off to start the epic adventure of tackling the remote west.  Japur got my border permits, and entry tickets for me free of charge from obscure looking men adorned in riff raff uniform.   1,027 more words


Music from Kazakhstan - Ulytau

Ulytau (Kazakh: Ұлытау, literally meaning “the holy mountain”, is a popular instrumental folk metal trio from Kazakhstan. Their music combines the sound of the violin and electric guitar with the dombra, a traditional two stringed instrument from their country. (wiki ) Here is their Korgol