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Malaysia! Finally a new country! We have spent way too long in the countries that we managed to get familiarized with and crossing the border was a moment when we realized, that everything is new for us again. We passed the security checkpoint, got the stamps in our passports and cycled towards a jungle pass. […]Continue Reading


Where lies the border between “impossible” and “crazy difficult”? Where is the point, where one should start thinking about surrendering and say – “it is too much for me”? Before and during our journey, we had a lot of adventures – most of them being rather “under control” and relatively well planned. Even though some […]Continue Reading


Assam. You have probably heard about this place when you drank a cup of Indian tea. The biggest of the North Eastern States, divided by the mighty Brahmaputra river is a place not much visited by western tourists. We were always interested in exploring the path less travelled, so going to the East of India […]Continue Reading


During our amazing adventure in the Himalayas of Nepal, on the Annapurna Circuit, we passed through the small village of Tukuche in Mustang. It was the first day of winter (as we were told) and it was definitely getting colder. Just before we entered the village, we had seen a group of local men escorting […]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