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Globejotting Travel Show Episode 3: Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan with Kirsten Koza
By Dave Fox Denver, Colorado January 2, 2018
On the latest edition of the Globejotting Travel Show, Canadian travel humorist Kirsten Koza talks about her recent travels in Kazakhstan, where she was on a quest to discover “ghost ships,” rusting in the desert where the Aral Sea used to exist. She also tells us about naked wrestling on horses in Kyrgyzstan.
In part two of the program, Kirsten shares anecdotes from her hilarious travel memoir, Lost in Moscow: A Brat in the USSR, about her 1977 experience at a Young Communist League summer camp in the Soviet Union when she was 11 years old.
We also listen to a tune from one of Kazakhstan’s hottest boy bands and learn about Boris Grebenshikov, one of the founding fathers of Soviet era rock and roll.