We’ve observed such phenomenon for the first time in our expedition. Coins can be found on the roads everywhere in Thailand. We came across them almost everywhere every day – in cities and villages, on motorways and bridges. Why do people throw them away? Learn about our own theory in this episode. You will also find out about spending a night on an anthill and about Maria, a pianist.
If you want to travel with tents in Myanmar, you need to learn about local police and their rules. New episode of “Two-wheeled Chronicles” from Myanmar.
12Finally, we’ve made it to Iran! What’s it like? Is it safe? How do locals treat foreigners? And many other questions we were anxiously asking ourselves on that day… till Iranians in the span of one evening proved to us that this country is the best for a traveller!
For the first time ever we spent a night in a tent at a border control station.
Snow, freezing temperatures, winter… And we feel great in a tent… Never mind 3 sweaters and 2 pairs of pants we have to put on. The most important thing is that in a meagre couple thousands of kilometres it will be green, warm and sunny…5
Having spent a night in a tent at -8°C, we are pleasantly surprised about getting through it relatively easily. Hopefully from now on things will be less adventurous…
Some of the most difficult weather conditions during our trip. Northeastern Turkey, December 2014.1