Monthly Archives: May 2010

Wandering Scotsman

 

Wandering Scotsman

http://www.wanderingscotsman.com/

Indefinitewalkabout’s Blog

 

Indefinitewalkabout’s Blog

He doesn’t quite make it to Kyrgyzstan … but it is an interesting story

http://indefinitewalkabout.wordpress.com/

Stu & Maria’s World Trip – Off Exploring

 

Stu & Maria’s World Trip – Off Exploring

http://www.offexploring.com/stuandmaria/home
05/10

Chrisontour’s Great Adventure

 Chrisontour’s Great Adventure

Mongolia – land of Ghengis Khan! An extraordinary trip – Deserts, iceberg, forests, cold flowing rivers, blue skies and wonderful friendly people

Kyrgyzstan entries include:

http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog/chrisontour/1/tpod.html

The Odyssey – Kyrgyzstan Page

 The Odyssey – Kyrgyzstan Page

The Odyssey Expedition is the first official attempt to visit every country in the world in one epic journey, without flying. Follow me as I go via my Blogs, YouTube videos, Twitter, GPS and the TV show” Graham’s World” screening this summer on National Geographic Adventure.

So far I’ve been imprisoned in Congo, I got caught sneaking into Russia, ran the blockade into Cuba, fought my way into Eritrea, got wasted in Iraq, got mobbed in Afghanistan, rode on the top of a truck in Kenya, drove a train in Denmark, hitched a ride on a cruise ship to The Dominican Republic, joined a tribe in Gabon and screamed at the ocean in El Salvador. But it’s not over yet!!! I still have a quarter of the world left to visit and you are invited along for the ride. 

Hold tight… the next few months could be a little bumpy…!

Entries include:

http://theodysseyexpedition.com/index.php?s=Kyrgyzstan

From: Jtrousier

 From: Jtrousier

A reminder

http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog/jtroussier/1/tpod.html

Ze Count nips out for a Chinese – Off Exploring

 Ze Count nips out for a Chinese – Off Exploring

http://www.offexploring.com/dougmk/blog/kyrgyzstan

Confessions of a status junkie

 Confessions of a status junkieNo trip is too outlandish, writes James Schloeffel, if it delivers an unbeatable anecdote.

I’d always wondered, as I’m sure others have, what it would be like to travel to a country that starts with eight straight consonants and has a Scrabble value of 30. It wasn’t my only reason for travelling to Kyrgyzstan but it was as good as any. I knew little else about the place, except that no one I knew had been there. Or heard of it.

http://www.smh.com.au/travel/confessions-of-a-status-junkie-20100521-w0d0.html

Confessions of a status junkie

Confessions of a status junkie

No trip is too outlandish, writes James Schloeffel, if it delivers an unbeatable anecdote.

I’d always wondered, as I’m sure others have, what it would be like to travel to a country that starts with eight straight consonants and has a Scrabble value of 30. It wasn’t my only reason for travelling to Kyrgyzstan but it was as good as any. I knew little else about the place, except that no one I knew had been there. Or heard of it.

http://www.smh.com.au/travel/confessions-of-a-status-junkie-20100521-w0d0.html
22/05/2010

Beijing to London along the Silk Road 2010

 

Beijing to London along the Silk Road 2010

What would make a group of fifteen 54 to 67 year olds want to drive forty plus year old MGs from Beijing to London from April to July 2010 along unfamiliar roads and through 16 countries some of which have a degree of political instability, one might ask?

http://mgblog.thepeacefund.org/