Monthly Archives: August 2011
To Enter Mongolia from the west is to arrive at the end of the world. From Kazakhstan, we traversed nearly 1000km of Russian wilderness to reach the Mongolia frontier. Rugged mountains, dense forest and towns straight from Dr. Zhiavago created … Continue reading
We’ve reached the final checkpoint in Arvaikheer about 400km southwest of Ulaanbaatar…we’re planning one more night camped out and then a sprint to the finish Tuesday morning. We regret that our rear bumper, headlights, and rear brakes will not finish … Continue reading
Will file a more thorough report in a few days but this is just an update to let you all know that WE MADE IT INTO MONGOLIA!!! We drove 1000km through some of the most stunning scenery I have ever … Continue reading
After a few great days spent in Kyrgyzstan spent in the company of new friends, 20,000 ft. mountains, strippers, and great Lebanese food, we headed to Kazakhstan on Saturday afternoon. Pulling into the border, we found ourselves confronted with a balaclava and … Continue reading
You all have to re-read my post about getting into Turkmenistan because I was finally able to add the corresponding map which took a really long time to draw. K thanks.