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Silk Route Project Craig and Simon are currently travelling from India to Istanbul with the fantastic support of World Nomads. On behalf of Footprints, World Nomad's charity, they will be visiting of a number of projects along the route to deliver supplies of essential medicines to impoverished children.


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At the pot hole take a right

Tuesday, 29 Aug 2006 | Views [1656] | Comments [1]

So we are on the road to the Tjkekistan and up the Pamir hwy. Leaving Bishkek we felt a little sad, we had spent a bit of time and we kinda felt it was a bit like home, but as soon as we got out we knew we were back on the road to adventure our first ... Read more >

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Lada … King of the Track

Monday, 28 Aug 2006 | Views [2395] | Comments [3]

It’s not often that you get a Lada driver in Kyrgyzstan without vodka on their breath but that’s all part of the charm. Apart from a smattering of Mercedes and BMW’s (I have suspicions they are stolen from Germany ) everyone drives these sturdy ... Read more >

Tags: lada, planes trains & automobiles

We're here!!!!!!!!

Sunday, 20 Aug 2006 | Views [1439]

Ok where did we leave you guys ahhh thats right Pakistan and the mighty Karakoram, well after crossing the border into China at a remarkable 4700mtrs we made our way to Kashgar which is the staging point for our trip into Central Asia. Kashgar is very ... Read more >

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Three Orphanages in Bishkek

Tuesday, 15 Aug 2006 | Views [13464] | Comments [20]

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan's capital, is a beautiful modern city with a fair smattering of department stores, nice hotels and fine restaurants but as is often the case if you stray from the main streets then you get a more realistic picture of the state of ... Read more >

Tags: doctors, footprints, hospitals & health

Gallery: Kyrgyzstan

Monday, 7 Aug 2006 | Photo Gallery

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