The Kyzyl-Beyit Village

Kyzyl-Beyit is a village located on the territory of Aksy district of Jalal-Abad region, blocked by mountains on one side, and cut off from land roads by the Naryn River on the other side, while the main mode of transport connecting the world is ferry and boats. This village was quite prosperous years ago, when there was no such transport as cars, and horses and donkeys were the main means of transportation. However, after the connection between the mainland and the village weakens, the village becomes smaller and gradually disappears. Since there are few plains, most of the houses are located on the hills, and people produce milk or butter by raising goats and cows. For those who want to live in silence, there would be no better place than the hustle and bustle of the city if they could endure some inconvenience. There is no electricity in the village yet, so people usually use solar energy to turn on the lights, watch TV and charge mobile phones. It would be very inconvenient to spend the night in modern society due to the lack of electricity, but why not forget about the bustle of the city and feel one with nature under the starlight for a day?