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Why you need to visit Koytendag

The Koytendag region of Turkmenistan is nothing like anywhere else in Turkmenistan you can visit. It is rural, rustic, raw and untouched by tourists.

Getting a goat massage in Turkmenistan

As if Turkmenistan isn't weird and wacky enough as it is, why not venture to one of the remotest corners of the country and then get a goat to jump on your back!

Catching a bus from Lilongwe to Lusaka (Malawi to Zambia)

A step by step guide to catching the bus between Lilongwe (the capital of Malawi) and Lusaka (the capital of Zambia).

More Lakes of Central Asia

When is a sea not a sea? When it's a lake.

Lakes of Central Asia

Central Asia's got a lot of stuff going for it, but did you know they also have some fairly impressive and unique lakes?

What is the Nomad Games?

And why you should go to it!

Airports of Central Asia

Any trip to Central Asia is likely to involve some intracontinental flying, since it's an area bigger than Europe. Each country has several airports, but here are the main ones that you'll come across.

Visiting Ali Sadr Cave

There's a lot more to Iran than the ancient cities of Isfahan and Shiraz, Persepolis or Yazd. In fact, we could probably write blogs about what there is to do in Iran, and nothing else, and not get bored! But here's one of our favourite spots that a lot of foreigners haven't heard of.

Ashgabat's emerging coffee scene

Never thought I'd be writing this blog, but yes, this is really a thing!

6 Most Amazing Buildings In Astana

The second coldest capital on earth, but that doesn't stop it from being one of the architecturally most dramatic cities that exist.

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