2010 Mongol Rally Tentative Route:
We traveled East from London to UlaanBattar in 2010 in the Mongol Rally. Maps of the 13 countries we visited are below, as are our Mongol Rally route maps.
In the 2010 Mongol Rally, we visited the following countries: United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia, Hunagry, Romania, Moldova, Ukraine, Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Russia, and Mongolia.
2009 Shanghai Westbound Trip
The map below depicts our actual and intended onward route in 2009, in order, through the following countries: China, Japan, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Turkey, Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Slovenia, Italy, Tunisia, Spain, Puerto Rico, USA, Mexico.
aces we have already been.
The regional map of East Asia above shows the location of China relative to neighboring countries.
The route map above depicts our trips around China between 2006-2008 (in orange) and our most recent exodus from China in May, 2009 (in blue). We exited the country on the western most border, into Kazakhstan.
The above map depicts Mongolia relative to its rather large neighbors.
The above map shows our route in 2008 (in blue) where we flew from China to Ulaan Bataar, Mongolia for a week of ger R&R. In 2010 we will travel to Mongolia with the Mongol Rally (in red) before exiting into China and then to South East Asia.
The regional map above shows the location of Kazakhstan relative to its neighbors.
|The above map shoes the location of Uzbekistan relative to its neighbors.|
|The map above shows the location of Turkmenistan relative to its neighbors.|
The map above shows our Turkmenistan route in 2009. We entered the country on foot from Uzbekistan into Turkmenabat before traveling to Ashgabat. We traveled to Turkmenbashi, Nohur and Darvaza, as well as Mary, Merv and Gonur before taking the train to Turkmenbashi again and catching the ferry across the Caspian Sea to the Caucus.
The above map shows Azerbaijan relative to the neighboring countries.
The above map shows our actual route in 2009. We took the ferry from Turkmenbashi, Turkmenistan to Baku, Azerbaijan and then traveled around the city for several days before taking the night train to Georgia via Boyuk Kasik.
The above map shows the Republic of Georgia relative to its neighbors.
The above map shows our actual route in 2009 from the Azerbaijan-Georgia border on the south-east to Tbilisi by train, and then up to Kazbegi in the north between South Ossetia and Chechnya in the north. From there we went by bus to Mtskheta, the cultural homeland of Georgia. And then west to Gori, Stalin's birthplace. Then camping in Borjomi before cutting west to Kutaisi, Georgia's second largest city, and then west to Poti, where Jason and his Argonauts entered Georgia, and then south to Batumi and exiting into Turkey via Sarpi.
The above map depicts Turkey relative to its neighbors.
The above shows our actual route in 2009 from the Republic of Georgia through the Sarpi border into Turkey, and then down various mountain valleys to Yusufeli. From there to Trabzon and along the Black Sea Coast to Safranbolu before heading to Ankara. From Ankara we cut south to Capadocia and Tarsus before following the Mediterranean Coast westward to Troy and Gallipoli and then into Istanbul before exiting the country into Bulgaria.
The above map shows Bulgaria relative to its neighbors.
The above map depicts our actual route in 2009 from Turkey through the Bulgarian Ormenion border crossing to Plovdiv by train, and then by bus to Bachkovo Monastery before taking the train to Sofia and crossing the border into Serbia.
The above depicts Serbia relative to its neighbors.
The above map depicts Bosnia & Hercegovina relative to its neighbors.
The above depicts Croatia relative to its neighbors.
The above depicts Slovenia relative to its neighbors.
The above depicts Italy relative to neighboring countries.
The map above shows Tunisia relative to its neighbors.
The map above shows Spain relative to its neighbors.
The above map depicts America relative to its neighbors.
The map above shows our actual route in 2009 and early 2010. We entered the country from Puerto Rico by boat in Ft. Lauderdale, USA before traveling north along the east coast, and then to Chicago, St. Paul, Seattle and down to South Padre Island, Texas, before entering Mexico.
The Map above depicts Mexico relative to its neighbors.
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