Travel Diary

 

2011 – Europe


Hungary

3850 km from France to Czech Republic (View map)
1. France (140 km)English / French
2. Switzerland (300 km)English / French
3. Germany (700 km)English / French
4. Czech Republic (700 km)English / French
5. Austria and Central Slovakia (550 km)English / French
6. Hungary (500 km)English / French
7. Slovakia (350 km)English / French
8. Poland (350 km)English / French
9. Back in Moravia (250 km)English / French

Albania

3200 km from Brno to Istanbul (View map)
10. Moravia & Slovakia (200 km)English / French
11. Hungary (440 km)English / French
12. Northern Croatia (100 km)English / French
13. Serbia (550 km)English / French
14. Bosnia and Serbia (150 km)English / French
15. Montenegro (100 km)English / French
16. Kosovo (130 km)English / French
17. Albania (150 km)English / French
18. Macedonia (180 km)English / French
19. Greece (900 km)English / French
20. Turkey to Istanbul (300 km)English / French

Romania

2060 km from Istanbul to Brno (View map)
21. Leaving Turkey (280 km)English / French
22. Bulgaria (350 km)English / French
23. Romania (800 km)English / French
24. Hungary (300 km)English / French
25. Slovakia (230 km)English / French
26. Moravia and Brno (100 km)English / French


2012 – From Central Europe to Georgia


Caucasus, Georgia

2880 km from Central Europe to Georgia (View map)
27. Moravia and Slovakia (260 km)English / French
28. Poland (430 km)English / French
29. Ukraine (520 km)English / French
30. Romania (630 km)English / French
31. Moldova (220 km)English / French
32. Transnistria (40 km)English / French
33. Ukraine – Odessa (130 km)English / French
34. Georgia (650 km)English / French

2013 – From Georgia to Central Asia


Iran

5500 km from Georgia to Kyrgyzstan (View map)
35. Southern Georgia (200 km)English / French
36. Armenia (640 km)English / French
37. Iran (1350 km)English / French
38. Turkmenistan (480 km)English / French
39. Uzbekistan (860 km)English / French
40. Tajikistan (1330 km)English / French
41. Kyrgyzstan (460 km)English / French
42. Back to Germany and France (200 km)English / French

2014 – Short Trip in the East of France


Franche-comté !

43. France – Franche comté (750 km)English / French

 
 
 
 

2015 – 2016 From France to Asia


Southern Turkey

2015: 7000 km from France to Iran
44. France (140 km)English / Français
45. Switzeland (160 km)English / Français
46. Germany (700 km)English / Français
47. Czech Republic (1150 km)English / Français
48. Slovakia (440 km)English / Français
49. Hungary (300 km)English / Français
50. Romania (1250 km)English / Français
51. Bulgaria (340 km)English / Français
52. Turkey (1700 km)English / Français
53. Iran – North (750 km)English / Français

Oman

2016: From Iran, continuing our journey eastward
54. Iran – South (500 km)English / Français
55. United Arab Emirates (300 km)English / Français
56. Oman (880 km)English / Français
57. Thailand (930 km)English / Français
58. Myanmar (1150 km)English / Français
59. Thailande II (900 km)English / Français
60. Laos (780 km)English / Français
61. Vietnam (now…)English / Français


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  8 Responses to “Travel Diary”

  1. YO JP!!!

    je viens seulement de refaire un tour sur ton site et découvre avec bcp de plaisir toutes les références à la première soirée de ton périple, à la coloc d’Evette-Salbert, dit aussi, la maison du bonheur 😉

    Quel trajet déja effectué et quelles aventures, c passionant à lire !!! je te tire mon chapeau et vais suivre tes traces de globe-trotter dans une semaine.
    Tu pourras me suivre sur http://www.riskaroundtheworld.com

    Keep in touch, collègue!

    et a la prochaine pour un ptit rhum!!

    Xavier

  2. Coucou, je vais prendre mon dictionnaire pour essayer de traduire ce qui correspond à ton dernier lien, mais que je trouve çà mignon! je devine bien sûr le sens…
    J’espère que tout va bien, je pense que vous avez beaucoup de boulot, je vais écrire un mail ce soir pour vous donner des nouvelles.
    Je vous embrasse très fort.

  3. Salut JP bien aimé le récit plein d’émotions où le passé marque le présent, mais crois-tu vraiment que le voyage est une forme de naufrage comme semble le dire dit Bouvier?

  4. Hello philip
    this is Zoha,me and my friend met you at artist cafe in tehran
    i really love your pictures,i have subscribed my Email,wish you luck and take care

  5. hello dear JP. whats up?what a wonderful and amazing website you have, 🙂 i just surprise by your photos, hope to see our photos as well, we wanna become famous as you by this photos, :).. all the cats say hello, they are safe here by me ;).. lol.. i follow them everywhere. hahaha… hope to have a great trip, hit all the roads, waiting for your good news. stay in contact…looking forward to see you soon because we throw a water on your way (traditions) 🙂 ..safe trip
    cheers
    shiva

  6. Dear Shiva,
    Thank you for your kind message, I am glad you like my website… I will do my best to post some photos soon but it will probably be only from Bukhara in 3 weeks. You can subscribe to the mailing list if you like to get some news about my travel 😉
    Cheers,
    JP

  7. Dear JP ,
    your welcome , you become my good friend which i’m proud of you because while i was reading your profile and which i knew about you , you are so unique, a person with great opinions through life, you have great and especial ideas about everything, but you are so young to know that much things….!! i love all the discussions we had about about everything and sorry if i asked you lots of questions , i enjoyed to talk with my talented friend, hope to see you soon because each day i have thousands of questions about universe in my mind… 🙂 .. believe me you have lots of experiences in your short time of your life… and happy to have friend whom visit all the world .. you know what it means to me??? !!! keep you kid as happy as you can because it grows by your experiences.. i hope one day i decide to live in my dreams like you…
    wish you all the best
    looking forward to see you soon.
    ps: no hurry for the photos 🙂

  8. Dear JP,
    I hope you are doing well.we really miss you and hope to see you gain in Iran.

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