Where we’ve been
What looks like a volcanic crater has erupted out of the desert.... Welcome to Darvaza, Turkmenistan
I've scored my third Liebster Award nomination - thanks to Sivan at Backpacking Panda!
Crossing from Turkmenistan to Iran at Bajgiran is easy enough - but the border officials take their job seriously!
Mosques, madrassah, mausoleums and minarets are are hidden behind the vast mudbrick city walls of Khiva, Uzbekistan.
Packing for travel is a fine art, so here's what's in my suitcase, in a collaborative post on Voyager for Life.
It's hard to make a human connection in a country like Turkmenistan, but I managed to - momentarily - in Ashgabat.
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan's capital, might be as close as I'll ever come to being inside a SimCity creation.
Spectacular, isolated ruins with a dark past and a lack of facilities; Merv, Turkmenistan might be the epitome of Central Asian tourism.
Plov, bread, kebabs, green tea and wine - let's talk about Uzbek cuisine!
Turkmenistan is not an easy country to get a visa for - and crossing into Turkmenistan is no simpler!
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