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We last connected with Noraly transiting quickly through Russia and the border crossing into Georgia. With this video series we follow her progress in Georgia.
Ep. 96 – Noraly crosses into Georgia
And heads to Tbilisi, the capital city.
Ep. 97 – Boom! Noraly surprises us by crossing into Armenia
In the video she tells us why.
Ep. 99 – Noraly visits The Republic of Artsakh
Artsakh is a breakaway state that is internationally recognized as part of Azerbaijan
Ep. 100 – Noraly returns to Armenia
Iohan Gueorguiev’s videos are well made, but they are generally an hour long.
With this video Iohan recaps his trip so far, from Alaska to Argentina, in less than 15 minutes.
If you like this, you’ll love his full length videos.
Voyageurs is the French translation for voyager – a person who goes on a long and sometimes dangerous journey. However, in Canadian history, the term has an added significance.
This 1964 National Film Board film tells the story of the men who drove big freighter canoes into the wilderness in the days when the fur trade was Canada’s biggest business. The film recreates scenes of the early 19th century.
We last connected with Noraly riding through Kazakhstan. With this video series we follow her progress in Russia on her way to Georgia.
Ep. 92 – Riding from Atyrau, Crossing into Russia, and Riding onto Astrakhan
Noraly rides here last 300km in Kazakstan, across rough roads to the Russian border. And then rides onto Astrakhan.
Ep. 94 – Riding from Elista to Stavropol
Noraly passes through a police check stop.
Ep. 95 – Noraly heads towards the Georgian border
Her transit visa is running out.
Follow Noraly as she continues her adventure with riding through Georgia.
We last saw Noraly riding through Kyrgyzstan. With this video series we follow her progress through Kazakhstan.
Ep. 83 – Crossing into Kazakhstan
Noraly rides from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan to Almaty, Kazakhstan
Ep. 85 – The Plains of Kazakhstan
Noraly has only a couple of weeks to travel to some 3400 km to the Russian border. So despite the weather forecast, she must make tracks.
Ep. 86 – Riding to Turkestan, Kazakhstan
Naraly rides to an important pilgrimage site. Yasaui Mausoleum, built in the 14th century, hosts the tomb of Sufi teacher and poet Yasaui.
Ep. 88 – Riding from Kyzylorda to Aralsk
Noraly rides to see rockets at Baikonur on her long day’s journey to the Aral Sea.
Ep. 89 – Nothing but Camels – Riding from Aralsk to Aktobe
Noraly plans a long 617 km day ride.
Ep. 90 – Aktobe to Uralsk
Noraly takes a 480km detour due to road construction.
Ep. 91 – Noraly ploughs through another 510 kilometers of detour on her way to Atyrau.
Through flat grasslands and semi-desert on her way to the Russian border
Updated June 1, 2019 to add link to his latest video.
In May 2014, Iohan Gueorguiev (website – YouTube – Twitter – Instagram) started cycling from the Arctic Ocean at Tuktoyaktuk, in Canada’s Northwest Territories. The plan was to cycle to the tip of South America in a year, maybe a few more months.
Mikah Meyer started with the easiest, most accessible US National Parks, finishing up three years later with some of the most remote parks.
He started his road trip to honour of his late father, a Lutheran pastor, died of cancer. And during his journey, the goals of his journey grew and shifted. Continue reading