We left you after Beijing. We are now in Mongolia where the days on the bike are quite intense. A look back at our adventures over the past few weeks ... Part 1/2: We are cutting this article into two parts so that it does not take too long!
Audio quiz Mystery animals encountered in Mongolia. Only one animal hides behind each sound, it's up to you to find out… Write down your answers in comments as follows: (1) and (2)!
In this article, climbs, cold, fatigue and difficulties ... but also superb landscapes and beautiful encounters, through an area that once belonged to Tibet and where this culture has been preserved.
A shattering entry! Rhaa the happiness of border posts! Our first contact with Laos was a thousand miles from what we experienced afterwards. Fortunately !!
Say hello to: A panda I present to you Pandi Panda, the friendly panda, seen in Chengdu, China! Read our article on Kangsing, Leschan, Chengdu and Xi’an A Tiger Lots of striped cats in Asia, does it matter? No ? Well, we also hesitated to photoshop one of our photos, but we will be sincere… no tiger this year! Monkeys Oh yeah, and we saw them up close. In Koh Chang, the edges of villages are their paradise. A…
It lives, it moves, it's amazing and exotic! A good start with Asia! From December 6 to 14, we were greeted in the beautiful old Thai-style room, owned by Supaporn, the principal of Supawan School, in the west of the city. We were so good that we did a little bit of back-up. It was a perfect place to get used to the country.
Ice cubes are fine; but in pastis, it's better. A rather cool arrival in Greece… Sunday November 2, we cross the Albanian-Greek border, at an altitude of 1000m. There follows a great descent where we find a great spot near a river on a very cozy lawn. The mountains all around, the small stream... the place is heavenly except that bears are reported in the region! In addition, we are at an altitude of 800m and at 9 p.m., the counter indicates 0° – frost is forming on…
We left our host Marko Thursday, October 23, and Croatia after a few hours. After a stamp on our passports, we discover the country little by little. They have no currency (use the euro without being part of the euro zone…) and only have 650,000 inhabitants (see our country profile).
This week in brief: we crossed Italy from west to east, saw beautiful Tuscany, suffered our first nervous breakdowns.