ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘unexplored’

12Feb

Slowly, at our own pace, we were cycling east, through the dry state of Utah. Surrounded by a landscape that could be easily taken as the set for a science fiction movie, we started to quite  like the daily routines. The unbearable heat of the day forced us to get up early in the morning. We […]Continue Reading

23Jan

We tried finding small gravel roads in Nevada, but due to a very sparse population, military bases hidden between long mountain ranges and natural reserves, we were forced to stick to the paved ones. Long, hot and straight, bitumen roads. The traffic on some roads was almost non existing, so we had them all to […]Continue Reading

24Mar

The main reason of our come back to Laos (we visited the country while passing from China to Vietnam in 2013) was the Nam Ou river. We had 2 packrafts stashed at the Polish Embassy in Bangkok during our India/Nepal off-trip and we wanted to make use of them before continuing South. As we had […]Continue Reading

06Feb

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

18Jan

We usually have no fixed plans regarding where to go next, we try to “go with the flow”. Being totally relaxed about the itinerary is not so easy, when one has an extremely expensive permit that is valid for one month only, and a huge area to cover by bicycle. In Arunachal we had to […]Continue Reading