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The Pahar Ganj Conspiracy – An Anecdote

The Pahar Ganj Conspiracy – An Anecdote

Since we had the plan to go to Pahar Ganj, the cheapest place to find hostels in Delhi (but also something like the red light and drug district), we booked one in advance to escape all the tricksters and crazyness on the way. It is nothing special that you would get cheated in doing the most simple things. Booking a train ticket for example was…

We´ll come up again!

We´ll come up again!

Hi guys! Yea it is true, we were submerged for quite some time… In india internet was a big issue and then my camera broke as well, what lowered my motivation quite a bit. But we will come back very…

Iran – Part 3: Some Exceptions

Iran – Part 3: Some Exceptions

After our beautiful time in Esfahan we went further south to Shiraz – a 1,5 million people city in the former core area of the Achaemenian Persia. We arrived there early in the morning and thought it would be the…

Gone underground in Kashmir

Gone underground in Kashmir

Dear friends you probably noticed our absence. We were busy arriving in india, getting sortet in Delhi, relaxed a bit in Rishikesh and are now in Kashmir with our friend Manzoor/Heidi. Electricity and Internet are not fully available here, since…

Iran Part 2 – Behind Closed Doors

Iran Part 2 – Behind Closed Doors

While there were at least some lonely farms on the way from Tehran to Kashan, as we headed further down south the typical desert landscape intensified. The abandoned houses and dried out farms, just as lonely as this triste roadside playground, felt like tiny Islands in a big, big emptiness…

Stuck in Esfahan

Stuck in Esfahan

Hey guys! If you wonder where we are – in Esfahan, Iran. We just escaped from the heat and changed our plans a lot while the temperatures climbed over 50 degrees in our next planned destination. We decided to stay…

The unknown Republic of Nagorno Karabakh

The unknown Republic of Nagorno Karabakh

After we organized a Visa in the embassy of the republic of Nagorno Karabakh in Yerevan, we catched a minibus (Marshroutka) to Stepanakert, the capital city. Even if the Nagorno Karabakh war is said to be over since 1994 the self proclaimed republic is still in the middle of one of the long lasting unsolved conflicts on our planet…

Help us to find a way!

Help us to find a way!

We need to leave Sofia – best would be tomorrow. Our goal is Georgia. There are two possible routes: Go to Istanbul overnight and take a bus directly to the georgian border (stressful but cheap and fast ~1 day) Go…

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