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Sweaty, itchy beards. Pounding 45°C desert heat. Lung-implodingly high mountain passes. Cows in lime-green Ladas. More friendly kids than an extremely enthusiastic baseball coach could high-five in the busiest of baseball seasons, and so much more vodka than even the thirstiest Russian could ever dream of consuming. The result of months of adventure (and equally as many months spent editing in hotel rooms from Kazakhstan to Vietnam) whittled down to seven minutes of digital moving-image-magic for your armchair entertainment. Kick back with a nice cup of tea and enjoy a few snippets from the Central Asian leg of our around the world tour.
Huge thanks to our friends for the fun and adventure along the way, and of course for the amazing footage!
Good luck with the rest of your adventures!
Arian and Monique worldbybike.nl
Marianne and Tobias velosophie.ch
Ramon and Hanne
Kyrgyzstan recordings by Jerome Alexandre
The following tracks are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License
“Khorezm family band 4″ Silk Road in Stereo
“over and under” Antiphon
“Overand (csum cover)” csum
“You on Stage” Heidi Harris
“TEDxPeñas-Jorge Saade-una sinfonia de introspeccion-Two Guitars (Russian traditional song)” TEDx Global Music Project
“Happy song by King Konsul & 12 Tribu Basque Roots Reggae Band” King Konsul
“The Stories Without Words (first edition, home records) — 7 — Song of Brass” aksenty
The tracks listed below are licensed under the Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported Creative Commons License. We're very honored to say that each artist also gave us specific permission to use their music. Thanks everyone!
“Machines and Muscles” CAVE
“Russian waltz” accordeosynther
Nikon D90 with 18-135 Zoom (kit) and 35mm fixed lens
and a few other point and shoot cameras our friends used.