Moro from Dushambe, Tajikistan!
Heard that road #372 is now open also for tourists, so could visit Tajikistan without going back to Uzbekistan. Unfortunately Pamir highway is still closed, so this part of the country is unreachable 🙁 Continue reading
Amazing thing was that Miss E did not get 2 stamps to her Visa on arrival to Kazakhstan. Everyone everywhere have said that if you arrive by plane, you will get two stamps and do not need to register. If you arrive via land border, then you need to do a registration separately. Continue reading
Finally Kazakhstan update is ready! This is going to be really long (again) 🙂
Kazakhstan has been really interesting experience.
Story continues now from Thursday 9th of August (at that point I was still in Atyrau, Kazakhstan). Continue reading
Greetings from Samarkand,
This is now third day in here. Yesterday I was suffering from diarrhea and felt quite weak, but now things start to be back in normal. Continue reading
Hi from Samarkand, Uzbekistan!
Kazakhstan posts are under process and hopefully will be published in coming days (I have had some issues to find internet connection). Continue reading
Greetings from Aktobe,
Past days have consisted from relaxing and getting things done in Atyrau as also riding to Aktobe.
Past couple days ride has been on paved roads, gravel roads, sandy roads and no roads.
Partly road condition has been looking like after bombing. Continue reading
Greetings from Atyrau, Kazakhstan!
Left from the hotel around noon (not a good time to start because starts to be really hot at that time of a day) and went to a bank to change some of my Russian Rubles to Kazakhstan Tengs.
At the outskirts of the town I filled gas tank because I saw that they had 95-octane fuel there (seems like further east I am going, lower the octane in the fuel gets). Continue reading
Greetings from mother Russia!
Not so much has happened in the previous days, but here is short update:
On Friday I got up decent time and was prepared to visit Russia for the first time in my life.
While riding towards the border, I was closely watching my odometer, because soon I would have 200 000km on my bike! Continue reading
Greetings from a Georgian Military Road!
This is going to be long, so lean back and relax… 🙂
Quick update from close to Russian border:
Did not had time yesterday to update the blog because there was some issues with the blog page…
Left today from Azerbaijan and got robbed by a bastard who was wearing police uniform (he was police, but corrupted one…).
I also pissed off border guard in Aferbaijan border by passing hugely long queue of cars 🙂 Continue reading