Istanbul was definitely one of our favorite places, and a big part of that was all of the delicious food and drink on offer. Here are some of the highlights […]
We talk to the spokesman of a workers resistance movement at a textile factory in Istanbul.
Georgia is regarded by many as the birthplace of wine. It was only right that we visit the vineyards and wineries and have a little taste.
Uzbekistan has the most beautiful architecture we have seen on the ancient Silk Road. For some reason, Aladdin’s theme song got stuck in my head. So I made this video.
We spent Kyrgyzstan’s independence day at the Hippodrome for the Buzkashi finals, a central Asian version of polo… played with a headless goat carcass instead of a ball.
My experience with the Kazakh justice left me confused, bemused, amused and thankfully free… though a little lighter in the wallet.
With Phil’s impending trial, we were in danger of losing Betty. In our despair, we turned to Kumys, an alcoholic drink made from fermented mare’s milk.
Almost sinking into a well led us to our best adventure yet- our saviours invited us to their Yurt for a truly Kazakh experience.
Previously on Tokyo to Capetown… Here is our last update from Russia.
Having encountered fellow adventurers Fabio and Cynthia in Siberia, we decided on a dangerous game of the King’s Cup… It could only have ended one way.