Ups and Downs in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan was a mix of beauty and dirtiness. We saw alpine mountains with trashed trenches right beside them. On some days, we enjoyed delicious home-cooked food while, on other days, it gave us diarrhea. Some accommodations stood up to European standards, others did not even have running water. We saw a land full of nomads... Continue Reading →

Azerbaijani Heat

Arriving at the “Red Bridge” border at midday and seeing a long queue of cars we prepared to wait for hours. What we didn’t know is that pedestrians and cyclists (who are also considered to be pedestrians) can head to the front. Only when one man told us we should go to the front and... Continue Reading →

Georgia – Of Cows and Turtles

Our ferry landed at noon in Batumi – 9000km left to Beijing. Sakartvelo, land of the Kartlians, welcomed us with super weather and amazing views. No more signs reading Istanbul, Athens or Sofia. Now, there were pointing us to Baku, Yerevan, Tehran. No matter which direction we would take, it would be uncharted territory for... Continue Reading →

Croatia – Getting To Know The Road

Two weeks of cycling, and we are slowly beginning to feel the road. Over 750km have we traveled, and our initial confusion and nervousness are vanishing while we are entering a new stage of life. We are more motivated than ever to jump on our saddles in the morning and see where the road leads... Continue Reading →

The World By Bike

“We will cycle around the world” sounded easier than it turned out to be. Snow, head wind, steep mountains, and noisy streets were some of the obstacles that we had to deal with. We started six days ago in Graz. Our destination is Beijing, the Chinese capital – now we are in Zagreb, the capital... Continue Reading →

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