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June 17th 2014
Published: June 19th 2014
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"A broom is drearily sweeping up the broken pieces of yesterday's life. Somewhere a queen is weeping. Somewhere a king has no wife." -The Wind Cries Mary, Jimmy Hendrix ---------------------------------------------------------------- Flying is always a bewildering change of pace after a long cycle tour. Our warp from Tbilisi to Aktau was the first time we have flown in the middle of a t... Read Full Entry



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Well depends on who does the exchange. First we got 2500 soum/$100. Then 2900, 2950, and now we're getting 3000







19th June 2014

Happy belated belated birthday Chad.
Hi you two. Sound like your having a wild crazy time. Think of you both often! Stay safe & keep the stories coming. Michele
19th June 2014

wow
just stating the obvious " you guys rock!!! and thanks for the pics of the food, it gives a common point of reference. it is hard to believe that you and i are on the same planet! we miss you :-) T & M
20th June 2014

Those scary bicycle pumps can be dangerous. What a funny story. Hedgehogs, sea boats and deserts....you are seeing the world. Fantastic travels. We are happy to follow along.
20th June 2014

extra-planetary travels
Chad/Al, That's my favorite post yet; you make it real. It's fascinating to see a different world through your words and pictures. Although I don't believe that area would be at the top (or even the bottom) of our vacation spot list, I'm glad I could "feel" it from the comfort of my home looking at my computer; a pleasant distraction from the daily grind and the joys of home-ownership (backed-up sewer). Happy Trails, Ric
20th June 2014

The road goes on forever and the party never ends!
Yowza! You two do it again, and again. Simply incredible. We miss you but know you are off making adventure real! xxxooo - M
5th July 2014

Nicely written blog!
Hey guys - I enjoyed reading that - especially the part about the English cyclist ;) In Namangan at the mo, going to cross into KY tomorrow I think. If only I could find a computer that allows me to send an email from hotmail my life would be easier! Good to meet you! All the best, Will.

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