“The recipe for Disaster, TrainWrecks and other good things.
Spoiler alert: this is not going to be one of those “live your life like if it was your last day on this earth”-thing coming from a Chinese fortune cookie, since we would probably pass such a day booing, caressing puppies and submerging ourselves with Nutella and Oreos. This is actually a one-month long tale, and luckily for us, it was not our last one on this earth. Also, no chocolate.
There is quite a chance that you’ve heard it already: we travel because we are open minded, we want to open our mind a bit more by jumping into other cultures, we definitely are cracking our mind open by being mindful and whatever, more open than our wallets during sales season. That, and also because we want to accumulate as many unique adventures and memories as possible, and chances are that we are not going to collect them while binge watching series on Netflix.
In this occasion, we are going to talk about how we managed to spend a month across Siberia and Mongolia, skimming through thousands of kilometers across railways, buses and sometimes camels, sleeping next to murdering wizards, plague carriers and generally angry soldiers with nothing but Vodka to drink for days and somehow we feel like our mind got a little bit more open than before (and yes, we came back alive & in one piece).