You hail a cab as normal, but anyone can pull up to get you.
No ATM fees!
Grocery stores produce section are small with low-quality
fruits and vegetables.
Cars not only stop for pedestrians, they’ll slam on the breaks
to let pedestrians go first.
Huge cafe scene, sometimes three cafe’s next to each other.
Shisha seems like the national pastime. Everywhere sells
shisha and you can (mostly) smoke it indoors. Smoking
e-cigarettes seems to be legal indoors, too.
All the girls have perfectly painted nails
Smoking indoors was outlawed only recently. However,
many places have smoking rooms and shisha or e-cigarettes
are smoked indoors like regular.
Many walking streets, green spaces, parks, etc.
For a city of 1.5 million, it feels more like a small city vibe with
minimal street or foot traffic.
When ordering water at any cafe or restaurant, it always comes in a glass bottle for 3x the cost...annoying.
They have a Navy even though they’re a landlocked country.
Indeed, it was the even less intuitively named Coast
Guard pre ~2006.
Some cars have steering wheels on the right side and others
on the left.
Horse meat/Shuzhuk, fermented horse milk, wild apple forests
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Coworking Day Pass
16.9oz water bottle
KAZAKHSTANI TENGE (KZT)
US DOLLARS ($)
14 – 23
5.72 – 8.00
1.26 – 1.76
1.03 – 1.37
4 – 10/LB
4.14 – 6.23/LB
1.97 – 2.60/LB
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