Kyrgyz felt rugs are so awesome. Ever since my first stay in Kyrgyzstan back in 2008, I wanted to bring back a rug. This time, we finally bought a couple. These are just some of the examples of rugs that were hanging at the bazaar.
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I know it’s a woman doing laundry, but with the fall flowers and vibe, I just like it. This scene was snapped while wandering around Trakai in Lithuania — the home of the amazing fairy tale castle.
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Remember when I took the Trans-Mongolian train from China to Russia? Remember when I discussed why we worked with Real Russia to get those train tickets, and also the electricity situation while on-board?
You’d wander around the town wearing yourself down with the trials — like those listed above — and then walk through the big green doors for the Kashgar Old Town Youth Hostel and immediately feel at ease.
Cappadocia as seen through the eyes of Instagram. Love how the filter makes it feel like this photo was taken in the 70s and ready for the photo projector. So cool.
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I think I might sound like a broken record these days, but Cappadocia… is amazingly beautiful. The lunar-like landscape makes for such intense visuals — some with colors like in this photo. I loved being able to hike around and see the cave churches and pigeon houses above me on these gorgeous multi-colored rock walls.
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In contrast to yesterday’s wordy post, I decide to put together a little photo essay about our day having camel adventures in Mongolia. It's chock full of photos, in case you were wondering what it's like to be in the middle of nowhere Mongolia.