Where I've Been on My Bike

This is an interactive map. Click on the placemarks for more information. You can also zoom in and out.

** Texas and Oklahoma segment is on a separate map, accessible here. **

green: points of interest
blue: where I've stayed
red: segments on train
yellow: segments by car

The Final Leg: New Mexico to Idaho

Trans-Asian Odyssey

yellow: arrived by plane
arrived by land vehicle (car, bus, mashrutka)

blue: arrived by boat
red: arrived by train

Central American Wanderings

green: points of interest
blue: where I've stayed
yellow: SHI job sites

Thursday, July 17, 2008

TRANS-ASIAN ODYSSEY: Japan, Korea, Mongolia, Russia, Armenia

A wonderful, phantasmagoric, cross-continental journey (yes, partly in Europe) that included a Shinto wedding, eating pork fat with illegal fishing militia on the shores of Lake Baikal, and much meditation on idealism, destruction and renewal.

Lenin heads are ubiquitous. This one happens to be the largest among them, in Ulan-Ude, Siberia.

Ms. Susie Armitage riding the Moscow metro, most efficient and thoroughly used in the world.

One of many ancient monasteries in Armenia, overlooking the beautiful Lake Sevan.

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