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- Mon Jun 12, 2017 9:43 am
- Forum: Kyrgyzstan
- Topic: Unpleasant experience with police in Osh
- Replies: 4
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unpleasant? horrible!! what is the alternative? being strong and may mention the name of your "friend" the ambassador of your country? could this be a good idea? anyway, also travelling in south america, in some places, I googled before the name of the mayor or other not such common names for a tour...
- Sun Jun 11, 2017 2:42 pm
- Forum: Visas & embassy reports
- Topic: Visa for china (Help!!!!))
- Replies: 6
- Views: 2863
Hello, I will be arriving this Saturday the 17th to Dushanbe and would like to cycle the M41, currently solo, but hope to meet other cyclists heading to Sary Tash. I visited the Chinese Visa Application Center in Munich and was very disappointed. They asked me to contact a travel agency, that means ...
- Fri Mar 17, 2017 3:55 pm
- Forum: Cycling
- Topic: Cycling the Pamir Highway from Osh to Dushanbe in June
- Replies: 11
- Views: 8234
I had similar questions to you, due I am on the planning of my bike trip at the end of May beginning of June. Im planning to start in Dushanbe direction Sary Tash in KG (unfortunately it seems hard to cross the border on the Kulma Pass.) so I like your advise of tailwind for my first part until Khor...
Oh and I forgot: Bike transportation by train: I guess its not regulated, and due to an advise of a local, I just deal the transportation with the controller onboard, givin him a little extra fee. May you have to bargain. Its not a problem and the black market seems to be more than usual there. Keep...
I traveled 2015 from Urgench, via Khiva, Bukhara, Samarkand to Tashkent by bicycle. Its really easy and the people very friendly. There are some htspots you may avoid, like larger roads/highways. I always felt safe, even if sometimes a little bit stressed because the highly kindness of locals, soemt...