Clicks From TurkmenistanSeyit, the younger brother of Akmyrat, with his son looking at the photos of my journey. We chatted with the help of ENG-TURKISH offline translator app on my phone.My bicycle outside the house.This car in the neighbourhood is going to take a while to reach the destination.Curious cows.Day 3: Starting before the sunrise at 5:30.Sunrise, and less than 10°C tempeture.A mosque in Mary.After 25 km from Mary, I took a wrong turn despite two people warning me.This kid look very thoughful.Then I saw few school children bathing in a canal next to a railway track.The kids demonstrated their jumping and diving skills.Soon after I found myself again in the desert for next 70 kilometres.A misleading sign. It was hardly a 3% climb.Cycling in the desert.Honey seller beside the road.On the right onto the way to Turkmenabat.Flashy buildings in Turkmenabat.Flashy buildings in Turkmenabat.In Turkmenabat, I stayed at a “cheap” hotel for 16 USD. The toilet was terrible but the room was airconditioned.Day 4: 160 kilometers.Bridge on the floating boats after Farap.I woke up at 8:30 and cycled towards the Farap border. I reached the border at 12:05 but it was closed and was scheduled to open again at 14:00. However, I was let to cross the border at 13:00.A river in the desert, a couple of kilometres from the Uzbek border.