November 8th, 2018


Tbilisi has at least two high points with a view. One is the “Mother Of Georgia” which is atop a cable car station. The other one is a bit higher, and there is a funicular taking people up a mountain. I went there today: The view at the top was more spectacular than at the […]

November 7th, 2018

hot fighting mom

I decided to do some more tourism today. So I went to the old part of Tbilisi: There was a park: And in the park there was a cable car that went up a hill, so I bought a ticket (it was actually just a metro ticket) and went up. The view was quite spectacular […]

November 6th, 2018

Georgian avocado

Here’s something you don’t see everyday: Georgia is a country that has its own avocados. Real, honest, home-grown, going-on-toast, rendering-millennials-unable-to-buy-homes, green, fatty avocados! I bought one and had it with bread and tomatoes: It was gud.

November 5th, 2018

Tbilisi selfie

Remember when I posted almost nothing but daily selfies for two months or so while I was on the shores of lake Issyk-kul, waiting for my Turkmen visa? Well, don’t be scared, because it’s not going to be like that this time. Here’s a selfie anyway: I still take one every day. Well, actually not […]

November 4th, 2018


Went to a little village outside of Tbilisi today. It was called Udabno, and there was not much to see there. Just mountain roads: And a little village: But it was some sort of miracle. The village was located on the way to a famous monastery that people liked to visit. Of course this didn’t […]

November 3rd, 2018

a walk through Azerbaijan

I had been making my daily videos for a while now, and the footage was piling up. So, looking back at the stuff I had captured in Azerbaijan, I decided to compile some of it into a short video made up of time-lapses and drone footage. I gave it the witty title “A Walk Through […]

November 2nd, 2018


I think I’m just going to keep showing you my food, how about that. I often eat tomatoes on my walk, tomatoes and flat bread. But today I got something marked as “French bread” in the grocery store, and I also got me some of that good tartare cheese that goes so well with it: […]

November 1st, 2018

is this tea?

Okay, no literature club today. I went and got my fourth rabies shot. Why so many, you ask? Well, the doctors had told me that even though I had previously been vaccinated, I still needed to get five shots in total. So okay. I was still trying to regain my balance. And this might sound […]

October 31st, 2018

Friedrich Nietzsche’s dark pond

I decided to mix it up and swap my morning müsli for a slice of bread with nutella today: Kinky. In absolutely unrelated news, I was going to tell you about another book I have recently read (listened to): “Thus Spake Zarathustra” by Friedrich Nietzsche. This one had veered in and out of my field […]

What’s up

Hey guys!

if you want to read up on the walk, you can click on News or just use the map above in order to navigate between posts. All 900+ entries are on there, starting with the first blog post I ever made.

If you just want to get a general idea about the whole thing, you could refer to The Plan, and in case you have any specific questions, make sure to check out my extensive FAQ section (in three languages).

Another thing you can do is download the Google Earth file. It is broken down into daily tracks and shows some landmarks and a vast amount of photographs.

Or you could just go and read one of my books.

Meanwhile, I have returned to The Longest Way. Here's a little video about it:

Oh, and I keep a few social media accounts:

YouTube - I post videos from the road whenever I can
Twitter - Have been using this one a lot lately
Facebook - I mean I have one, but meh
Instagram - Trying to post daily blog updates here