Traveling through Queensland wasn’t easy either, but eventually we made it to ‘civilization’ and even met a lot of our fellow countrymen.
Before coming to Australia we thought that the toughest sections of our journey had already been covered… But we were deeply mistaken…
Ukrainian cyclists finally reach the last country on the route – Australia! Leaving Indonesia, however, was not that easy and once in Australia moving forward proved to be challenging too…
Another video by “Two-wheeled Chronicles” about how Volodya and Yarina were staying on Ko Pha Ngan island looking for adventures and visiting Bogdan Logvinenko.
Four seasons at once – this is Iran. Snowstorms and summery greenery – this is Iran. Iran means also fantastic landscapes, great people and ethnic flavor.
We are staying for a night in an Iranian house again. We were almost dragged into it to avoid blizzard on a mountain pass. Hospitality of the Iranians is incredible. During two months in Iran we spent only two nights in our tent! Lifestyle of the Iranians, family life, likings… you’ll learn about this from the video.
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
We’ve had so many long and boring ascends in Turkey!.. This one, however, took almost a whole day: a non-stop 20 km-long ascend. In the meantime, winter is only getting harsher.
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