THE KAZAKH STEPPE

Being the largest landlocked country in the world and the ninth largest country in terms of land mass, it takes time to travel from one end of this country to the other. The remoteness, the vast amount of nothing between cities and even villages is quite staggering but that’s exactly what makes this country a perfect place to find adventure!
If you love open wide spaces you’ll love Kazakhstan!

Blog Video 87 from SAMt & Bike Without Borders on Vimeo.

24 thoughts on “THE KAZAKH STEPPE

  1. Christian

    Hi Gaby and John

    Another cool video. We are learning so much about the world just by watching your videos which always prompt me to read a bit about that particular country you may be in. For that I thank you.

    Be safe out there.

    Chris

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    1. Gaby&John Post author

      Thanks Christian ,
      It is great to know that our videos can take people´s interest and curiosity further

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  2. Miguel

    Que gozada de país. Con la gente justa para encontrar la llibertat y la sinceridad. Que continueis disfrutando de la naturaleza y de vosotros mismos.

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    1. Gaby&John Post author

      Gracias Miguel! La gente es increíble y los paisajes hermosos y eso que recién empezamos a salirnos de las ciudades , en adelante estaremos mas en las estepas y desiertos de Asia Central

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  3. Patricia Wells

    The magnificent fields of poppies, the horses, the mountains, the gorgeous children, just fantastic, and of course the music, great video. Thanks. X

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    1. Gaby&John Post author

      Thanks Mike . I look for local music on youtube , I search for local movies soundtracks , documentaries , singers etc , it takes time but I enjoy it as I get to learn more about the the country …

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  4. Ana Maria

    Increible su naturaleza y su etnia!!!!!! me encantó los caballos y los nenes increible!!!!!!!

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  5. Raquel Bebbington

    Love this video, the horses, the little kiddies taken aback when you say hello in English, the friends with matching hair bob-bles (they looked like shower loofers), the Nannas with matching dresses to the church dome, fixing the motorbike tyre & finishing with 2 minute noodles!! Brilliant!

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  6. Pamela

    Just hadn’t realised the scenery and roads would be so good. Love to be doing what you are both experiencing. Perhaps I still can with a very good friend you may know :)!
    Pamela

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    1. john & Gaby Post author

      Hi Pamela,

      You both should while you still can. I’m not sure you should attempt it on a motorcycle though!

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  7. Elya

    Hi John,

    I’ve just met your mum at Noosa Sunday market and she told me about your travelling in Kazakhstan where I come from (Agadyr village near Karaganda) – how small is the world!

    Thanks for sharing this wonderful video – it brought up the warmest memories about my homeland 🙂

    Thanks,
    Elya

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    1. John Post author

      Hello Elya,

      Thank you so much for your message! We loved your country and have very fond memories from all of Central Asia! I hope you are enjoying Australia even though it does not have the intensity (which we love) of Kazakhstan and Central Asia!!

      Warm Regards
      John & Gaby

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