How it was to be...
Pedibus Calcantibus", travel on foot from Italy to Japan and back by Marino
Curnis. The travel was to go on 5 years through 26 nations and along
about 40.500 kilometres, following the steps of Aleksander the Great,
Marco Polo, on the mythical Silk Road.
How it was...
bureaucracy, the only negative point of this experience, didn't allow
Marino Curnis continue the travel, not granting special (in lenght)
visas useful to move on foot, even ignoring the message of peace and
universal brotherhood inherent this travel. That's why "Eurasia Pedibus
Calcantibus" stopped in Iran after 13 months of walk, through 9 nations
(Italy, Austria, Hungary, Roumania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Moldavia,
Ukraine, Iran) and along 6000 kilometres.