We rode into the sunset and out of Beyneu, the temperature mild and the outlook warm. We catch an early glimpse of the road ahead. Like impressions made from a… Big pimping
It’s 4pm and we are strolling through the streets of Beyneu. It’s quickly becoming the hottest part of the day, and I want nothing more than to get off the… Beyneu bad boys
It was the first full day off the boat, and myself and Amund were now joined by Dan- a very pleasant Englishman, and Elie – an equally pleasant frenchman. Dan… A steppe into the unknown
For the last few days in Baku we had been chasing information about any boats heading to Aktau in Kazakhstan. The waterway, notorious amongst travellers for its complete and utter… Chaos on the Caspian
I have been on the road for over 3 months, so far traveling over 4,000 miles from the UK, through Europe and into Asia. I sometimes stare at Google maps,… RE: I quit my job.
There was a silver lining arriving in Baku ahead of schedule. I was able to hit the Uzbekistan embassy before the weekend, and the three-day holiday that would follow, as… The Embassy Game
I arrived in Baku on Thursday 22nd with a broken bicycle, after chancing my luck day before, preying that I would make it the next 200 km. This time the… Baku – Update
Starting at Trafalgar Square, I headed south for New Haven to catch the ferry over to Dieppe. Simply because, it was exactly 50 miles form London to the port, and… European Route