Guidenotes for a transasian railway travel

Posted Posted in Egyéb

Task was given: I wanted to get to Islamabad from Budapest with my disassembled bicycle to start a bike & climb trip in the Karakoram. I wanted to avoid flying due to climate protection as I was aware that there was an opportunity to get to Pakistan by overlanding, using trains and buses thus reducing […]

22. The passover

Posted Posted in Egyéb

The day has come. The day when I am departing for the mountain pass. I fixed all the things on my bicycle in the morning. The ice axe was holding the rack with 2 straps, now I replaced the ice axe with a single firewood stick. I just saw that the housekeeper brings firewood which […]

Donation for the Sadar Hospital’s staff

Posted Posted in Egyéb

Hello Everyone! In case if you want to help developing the working conditions of the Sadar Hospital’s healthcare workers, please donate them by the following button with credit/debit card payment or PayPal.   All the received money will be turned to the Sadar Hospital’s healthcare workers who are working in lack of equipment.  

The way we’re organizing the festival – [OFF]

Posted Posted in Climbing, DMM, Gibbon Slacklines, KisGeri 24, Petzl, Photography, Rock climbing, Rock Climbing Festival, Sports climbing, Tengerszem

While we were cycling in the Alps, heading mountain pass with my friend, Norbi Forintos, talked about climbing competitions. The idea of organizing a 24 hours rock climbing competition presented itself, as we missed it from Hungary and there was even no rock climbing festival except for Aggtelek. Why shouldn’t we organize one? That’s a […]

Adventure begins just here

Posted Posted in Baklava, Beach, Photography, Steppe

Stepping on the land of Asia was an unforgettable experience. None of us did it before, we stayed only in Europe. I said goodbye to Europe while I was sitting on the ferry, as I knew, I won’t see this land one entire month long. The ferry took about 20 minutes to reach the Asian […]

Put down the bikes, pick up the backpack. Let’s see Istanbul!

Posted Posted in Bazaar, Istanbul, Photography, Portrait, Sightseeing

Istanbul has thousands of faces. It seems quite intact, not that tourist fitted city. The locals kept its original form. Even in the tourist ghetto, Sultanahmet: there are abandoned little streets which look genuine. During the years the Türks experienced the art of buggering tourists around. Once we couldn’t shift off a random street seller […]