A sticky, bumpy ride to Batumi, Georgia

We rode until we found a fishing pond to camp beside, the long grass making for a soft bed that night. For such a secluded and quiet spot, there were quite a few cars doing a small tour of the pond, pulling up and having a beer by the water! A storm rolled in overnight…

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Armenia, a ride back in time

Armenia’s been given a bad rep recently what with its association to the vapid Kardashian publicity machine, at least only part association, but we were so pleasantly taken in by the place that we forgot all links to the American reality TV “stars” quickly. We woke up to greenery next to a brook bursting with…

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Exit Iran, the race to catch a ferry

After a pleasant stay in Isfahan, it was time to head towards the Armenian border to make our way to Batumi in Georgia where we were due to catch a ferry for Ukraine. The ferry crosses every week along the Black Sea and gives a unusual view of Crimea and the Black Sea coast.  We…

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From Isfahan, with love

If you ever find yourself planning to go to Iran or wondering about how to do anything over there, then there is an invaluable resource available on Facebook – a group called “See you in Iran”. On there we found endless tips on where to stay, what to do and even how to dress modestly…

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Iran and the Police Shake Off (too much kindness will ruin you)

We’d just managed to limp across the Iranian border after a thirsty and tiring ride across the Pakistani Baloch desert. It was late afternoon and we deposited ourselves, dusty and wary at the mercy of the immigration officials who took our passports and disappeared into a room. No less than three soldiers stood around us…

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Baluchistan: fear and kindness in the desert

It was a boiling hot morning already when we left Islamabad. The road following the Great Trunk road was clear thanks to it being early but the same craziness awaited us outside Lahore. It seemed to take us an inordinate amount of time to pass the traffic and constant people of Lahore but once we passed,…

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Words from home mean a lot

As part of our IndieGogo campaign (now closed) we invited people to take part in our journey by either prepaying for a limited edition print from the journey or to be spent postcards from all around the world. The postcards were a surprising hit along with having a piece of unique artwork from the exhibition.…

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Salaam Pakistan!

The Wagah border crossing from India to Pakistan is famous. Firstly, it’s the only crossing foreigners can use and secondly it’s the scene to a traditional ceremony every closing time sourced from tensions between the countries (the “dance” is almost one-upmanship in action). It also has strict opening and closing times as it is such…

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Welcome back to India!

The peace and quiet of Lumbini quickly evaporated as we appeared at the border to India. Firstly, we’d meandered our way through to a smaller border, following a curious raised road through paddies and marshland. We shared the road with scooters and bicycles and spied a funeral pyre by the river and men crouched on…

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