KL to London: Bishkek
My next stop: Bishkek, the capital and largest city of Kyrgyzstan. A nice weather to begin the journey for today.
Along the road, I have encountered 5% 6% 12%, but those gradient doesn’t seems to be a challenge for me as I have encounter son many challenges along the journey.
Leopard King from far away.
I still remember that the curiosity on wondering what is below while looking out the window when travelling on the airplane. I wish that I could explore the world on the ground one day and the dream has finally come true.
Hmm, 24km more to Bishkek, maybe I shall stay a night in Bishkek and take a look on the city.
Arrived at the border, there were lots of cars queuing to cross the border. Should I just puss my bike forward or have to que with all the vehicles ?
Anyway, my plan for this journey is to get a double entry visa into Kazakhstan and single entry visa to Kyrgyzstan. While looking at the map, Kyrgyzstan was beside Kazakhstan and I plan to go enter Kyrgyzstan and enter back to Kazakhstan again.
I have no idea on the road sign, I think is written in Russian or what, it is really scratching my head.
Lunch time. After visited some old building at Bishkek, I headed for lunch. I chose a normal road side restaurant and sit down for my lunch. Today my lunch menu is white radish beef noodle soup. They come with a cup of nescafe on my right, the taste was a bit different from having in Malaysia, I don’t know why, haha .
It was already 8pm, now only turning dark. I think when I arrived at London, maybe I can still see the sunlight on 8.30pm. 🙂
Sceneries and building in Bishkek: