Radio Interview (continued) – Peter 3

25th July 2015:  Here are the links and the translation of our Radio interview whilst we were in Almaty. Special thanks to Natalie and Artem for sending the link, Tom Mouritz for organising the English translation and Renee Mouritz for copying both into a blog page. Enjoy   http://radiotochka.kz/12607-avstraliyskie-puteshestvenniki-peresechenie-kazahstanskoy-granicy-bylo-samym-legkim.html AUSTRALIAN TRAVELERS, “CROSSING THE KAZAKH BORDER ...

Tabriz Bazaar – Peter 1

Tabriz Bazaar - Peter
23rd July 2015:  Reputed to be the largest undercover Bazaar in the world. And it is big, the largest I have ever visited. Strolling through the bazaar there was lots to see, lots to smell, and great people to meet. I met and watched the Hubble bubbly man at work making the pipes that fit ...

Welcome to Iran – Peter

20th July 2015:  The land of the friendliest and most hospitable people that you could meet anywhere. Leaving Ashgabat our intention was to top up with fuel, using our last Turkmenistan money before reaching the border. You guessed it!!, not a fuel station in sight and we were at the border before we knew it. ...

The White City and Running Out of Cash – Peter

18th July 2015:  Our last stop in Turkmenistan was Ashgabat where we had to pick up our Iranian visas. Ashgabat is the capital of Turkmenistan and no expense has been spared to build a ‘Dubai’ of Central Asia. The buildings, parks and statues depicting scholars, poets and of course their first president are magnificent. The ...
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