Dear readers, I am so glad to have you follow my blog. I love the idea of sharing my experience with you through the immense distance that separates us. I would like to foster some kind of dialog, to make it feel less like I am writing to an invisible audience. What would like to know? Do you have any … Read More
Yes, this was some time ago, but i recently started producing those videos again (It takes SO much time), but i’m determined to show you the whole trip on youtube ! So better late than never ! Here we go:)
Click below to see the pictures of Pakistan. They date from December 2017 to January 2018. The places featured in this gallery are : Balochistan Quetta Khairpur Multan Peshawar Gilgit Karimabad Islamabad Lahore See the itinerary for more details about my cycle route.
It has been more than two months since I crossed the Wagah border from Pakistan into the Land of spices. The border crossing hosts a dramatic daily flag exchange ceremony, where both countries display their rivalry in a parade. Yet apart from religion, much less differs between these countries than their antagonism seems to suggest. In fact, much of the … Read More
Click below to see the pictures of Iran. They date from end of November to December 2017. The places featured in this gallery are : Isfahan Persepolis Shiraz Saryazd Castle Kalouts Desert Bam See the itinerary for more details about my cycle route.
Click below to see the pictures of Iran.They date from end of October to November 2017. The places featured in this gallery are : Astara, Iran Fuman Masuleh Rasht Rudkhan Castle Tehran Qom Abyaneh Isfahan See the itinerary for more details about my cycle route.
Click below to see more pictures of my trip in the Caucasus: A short weekend trip to Yerevan, Armenia (September 2017) Cycling through Azerbaijan (September-October 2018) Yerevan, Armenia Azerbaijan
“Stay here”, ordered the border officer, pointing with his machine gun to a chair next to me. The large blue panel above read “Welcome to Pakistan”. I had just entered the country from Iran in the south-western border of Taftan. The military officer made it clear that I wasn’t free to move on my own. From now on, I will … Read More