We reach Zhanakorgan”, a small district in southern Kazakhstan. It’s spell “ “ZHANAKORGAN”, not  MAHAKOPFAH…HAHA I think all of the kids around here are pro in riding their bicycles as I notice many of them did not have the braking system but they still handle it very well.   Okay, I have to stop and take a photo of this, my favorite BMW E34. This car is the third generation of

Arrived in Turkestan, a small city with around 100k population.  I have no idea where the water came from, the road was full of grass and trees, I think maybe is from underground or somewhere…I have to figure it out!! Guess what, the water was actually from a running drain!! Yes, from a drain…it was cold and chill, it was like the water you get from the alps, crystal clean

After a long ride, we finally reached, Shymkent, a city of Kazakhstan near the border with Uzbekistan. The city was the third most populous city in Kazakhstan behind Almaty and Nur-Sultan. The humidity in this area was mostly less than 50% and it was raining most of the time. I am desperately looking for a shop, which selling tent for me. For me, a tent is a house, a bungalow