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Wednesday, 27 January 2016 06:08
Author: BalázsTranslated by: Gréta Kojsza Eni stopped telling our story at the point we arrived to Biskek, to a guest-house, where a little international team of bikers got together. Days passed so fast and comfortable in the shadows of the terrace. To tell the truth, we’ve easily got cozy. We were happy with doing nothing and pleased with the fact…
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 05:51
Author: EniTranslated by: Ágota Duró Instead of our plans we had to go up to the Kirghiz capital. In Samarkand, Uzbekistan we ordered some bike tools and we only had contacts in Bishkek were we could post our package. Our budget doesn’t let us staying in hotels or motels for a long time. So we were searching the net and…
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 05:46
Author: Eni Translated by: Pál Capewell And yes, we arrived.... Balazs and I crossed the border near Shamaldi-Say around eight in the evening. We began to look for a place to stay right away as it was rather dark already. Understandably, it’s much more difficult to look for a place to set up a tent or to be allowed into…
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 05:42
Authorr: EniTranslated by: Gréta Kojsza Uzbekistan was the first “Istan” county which we could absolutely lose ourselves in. We had the opportunity to see life at tourist destinations, in villages and in “no men’s land” as well. First impressionAfter Turkmenistan, entering the borderlines of the country was such mental refreshment! We were cloud on nine that one of the most…
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 05:36
Author: Eni Translated by: Gréta Kojsza After we’ve left Samarkand behind us, we were approaching the Fergana Valley. We read that we would have to register ourselves and military checks are quite common. In spite of the sensitivity of the Uzbek-Kirghiz-Tadzhik borderline, nothing could sour us. During our journey, we found accommodation in families’ gardens and farms as usual, so…
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 05:26
Author: EniTranslated by: Bence Szrogh We have already known of Uzbekistan that the country has famous and beautiful historical cities; we have read about its madrasahs, we have heard that we’ll roam around with a bag of money, and that we definitely have to try plov. However, we weren’t sure about the guest nights’ registration, since we found different information…
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 05:16
Author: BalázsTranslated by: Greta Kojsza  What kind of a subjective opinion can you have on a country, in which you’ve only spent 81 hours altogether? Well, a very subjective one… We didn’t stay there for long and only saw a small part of it. It might be the reason for an intensive and densified experience. We were hesitating if we…
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 05:07
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Wednesday, 27 January 2016 04:57
Author: Balázs Translated by: Alexandra Kiss I was really looking forward to write this part of the blog. If Iran did not exist, it would have to be invented. But it is impossible to invent such a thing, so it is good it exists. I have never seen such a colorful country with so many contrasts. Entering Iran was like…
Wednesday, 27 January 2016 04:45
Author: BalázsTranslated by: Balázs Koltai On Wednesday we had a tearful farewell from Mina and Habib with whom we built an inseparable friendship. We found our way out from Teheran easily, the only challenges were the huge smog and the burning sun. My knee started to hurt in the afternoon, first only the right but later both, after loading the…
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