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    Its not not possible but its sure going to take a long time for you to reach your destination. I am thinking a few months probably. The question is not if its feasible but more on an individual, can you and do you want to. almost 12 years ago

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    It is fairly reasonable, there are a few issues though.

    Why not follow the silk route?

    Friends of mine have just completed this and loved it. almost 12 years ago

    Answered by Justin S via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Feasable. I was planning a trip in the opposite direction to Thailand. Biggest issues are obviously cost and visa's. You either have to get up through Thailand and on up through China and along the Silk Route via Russia and Eastern Europe. The quicker route is riskier having to pass through Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran, also you would have to get a visa to cross Burma / Myanmar which is at times impossible but at best very difficult. email me if you have any specific questions. You could also check out the route taken by the London to Sydney Silk Route bus and try to work out the best route using that as a guide. almost 12 years ago

    Answered by Marcus via Site_iconTravellr.com

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