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We haven’t been posting for a while. Last month was very busy for us – to get a visa to China we had to use all our power. From Kyrgyzstan, full of great landscapes and natural beauty, but rather a rough place, we went to Kazakhstan – a much more developed and richer Central Asian […]Continue Reading


We entered Kyrgyzstan through the border which is usually closed to the foreigners, but due to the shooting in the Pamir region it was temporally open and we had the rare opportunity to cycle along snowy- 7000m peaks. We cycled the country from the South to the North enjoying semi nomad people living in yurts […]Continue Reading


One of the biggest dreams of every cyclist who wandered into Central Asia is to cross the Pamir Highway – one of the highest mountain roads on the continent. Unfortunately due to the shooting in this area that took place in July 2012 the access to this region was restricted and our dream was not […]Continue Reading


Some photos from a short hike in Tajik National Park with fellow cyclists: Tim and Claire from Belgium.    Continue Reading


We arrived to Uzbekistan quite tired – 5 days on the desert of Turkmenistan sucked all energy out of us and we needed a proper rest. In the first Uzbek village we found a restaurant, where we just wanted to drink some tea before going to bed. It quickly turned out, that spending a quiet […]Continue Reading