Dear GettingNowhere followers! Exactly eighteen months ago we finished packing and left Anna’s parents home for a flight to Ankara. Today we are in Pokhara, Nepal, celebrating and looking back at our adventures. In just one year and a half we cycled through Turkey and Iran, crossed the deserts of Turkmenistan, visited ancient cities of […]Continue Reading


Incredible India – an international campaign of the Indian government to promote the tourism has been launched in many countries long time ago, so you might have seen a TV spot advertising the beauty of this huge country. It truly is incredible – we visited only a tiny part of Northern India between May and […]Continue Reading


No, this is not the name of some Flemish painter! Van Gujjars are the Muslim nomads of Northern India, we stumbled upon them while cycling the state of Uttarakhand and they fascinated us. They lead a nomadic or semi-nomadic lifestyle, walking with huge herds of buffaloes through the forest and on the roads of this […]Continue Reading


After more than 3 months spent in dry and very high mountains of mainly Buddhist Ladakh, we went down South and entered a still very hilly state of Himachal Pradesh. The landscape changed dramatically after going down the Rohtang Pass (2000 meters of a pure downhill). Instead of rocks and deserts we were now surrounded […]Continue Reading


The further we went, the more special the landscape got. Even though we were on a long plain, the road was mostly covered with rocks, making it very difficult to manoeuvre. We found small bushes of sea buckthorn with big and ripe berries. It is a fantastic plant, rich in vitamin C and even vitamin […]Continue Reading

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