Well I am kind of person looking for someone who will truly understand me, accept me as who I am.For me the very important thing in relationship between man and a woman first of all is being honest in everything and to be faithful to each other.Officially tourism is welcomed, but the requirement for expensive guided tours may discourage visitors.The presence of police and military personnel which will watch your every move and prohibit photographing of even mundane objects, make Turkmenistan the least friendly of the Stans.Another big advantage is the availability of chat rooms, which are easy even for the less techno-savvy to use, and is cheaper in the long run than mobile phones. Internet for everyone, as long as you can afford the high prices and are in one of the few places that offers it.Under President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov, Turkmenistan has become the land of gestures. But substantively, Berdymukhammedov has not really differentiated himself from his more colorful predecessor, Turkmenbashi.While there has been much construction in Ashgabat, most of the downtown high rises appear empty.And also, the country has extensive oil and gas reserves being developed, with recently opened pipelines to China, Iran, and soon Azerbaijan. The government is in firm control of nearly everything.
More than 200 Bronze Age artifacts from Turkmenistan have travelled abroad for the first time to a special exhibition in Berlin chronicling the ancient kingdom of Margiana.According to Annasoltan's post, while it doesn't look like this ban was overtly because of political reasons, it is following a pattern: Facebook and You Tube have already been banned in Turkmenistan.Even though the site might have just been used for dating, it was a public space the government didn't control -- and they don't like that.There’s uproar among the youth in Turkmenistan today after the government decided to ban the popular social networking site, ru.Currently, it’s inaccessible via both TM Cell and MTS (about whom I’ve reported before.) The website had eventually experienced a small surge in Turkmen users, especially young men and women who used it to get to know each other.Dating back almost 4,000 years, the kingdom of Margiana — present-day east Turkmenistan — existed alongside Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt.The civilisation took advantage of its position between China, India, Iran and the Near East on what came to be known as the Silk Road.The finds include richly decorated ceremonial carriages, jewellery and weapons.Despite its rich history, the kingdom of Margiana remains relatively unknown in the West, partly due to the reluctance of the Turkmen government to send material abroad.Perhaps the worrying part is here: While the ban has been deplored by its users, it’s also been hailed by some older Turkmens (and non-users) as a welcome move.They have legitimate fears about the spread of child pornography and internet addiction.