One More Bus-Stop Shelter

This bus stop is on a hill top near Jalal-Abad, Kyrgystan and celebrates a popular version of the white felt hat worn by men in the Kygyzstan.

I feel it is a important addition to my previous post on this subject. This landmark shelter formed part of the vague instructions we had for finding our night’s accommodation in Jalal-Abad. Where we are now in Tajikstan, you just wave the bus down anywhere – bus stops do not exist, nor does this type of hat. So this is probably my last post on this subject!  

C

One response to “One More Bus-Stop Shelter

  1. What a lovely addition to your collection of bus stop shelter photos. I hope that it's not the last, I love them so.

    Reading your recent blog posts have left my heart racing as if I'm experiencing your adventures myself. I'm cheering you on as I scroll through your pages. Great stuff!

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