First of all, congratulations for the trip (and the blog)!!I wouldn't leave out the countries that are "bridge" between Europe and Asia (Georgia and Armenia), but that's me. (in fact, after the latest Flashman book I have read, I wouldn't leave Kazakhstan out either, but I understand you can't do everything at a time :D)Will keep reading!
Great trip, this one! Asia is amazing. Are you sure that you got enough time to visit all that countries in a year? I met you this week at La Taberna de los Mundos, in the event organized by Noraezean. Hope to see you next time again. I'll follow you in your blogs. Rober
Welcome Roberto and thanks for your comment!I realize it's a pretty ambitious trip, but anyway, nothing is really fixed, so I will be able to improvise on the way, and maybe stay longer than expected, after all.I'm willing to take part in the incoming events of Noraezean before I depart in February.
Hey Asier,I saw your profile on CS and just dropped by to warn you that the Armenian-Azeri border is closed (as well as the Armenian-Turkish), one cannot cross it by no means. Though it shouldn't prevent you from visiting Armenia, it's a gorgeous countries.Cheers,André