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For 5 months, we travelled through Central Asia on vintage motorbikes, starting from New Delhi and heading back to Brussels, our hometown.
We wanted to experience adventure away from the beaten path and make authentic encounter with the local population.
Even in huge cities like New Delhi, you are better not to trust any small street shops selling water in plastic bottles, even if they look like they are closed.
You can’t trust somebody selling you a supposedly closed plastic water bottle.
Using the Life Straw, we forgot about all the issues that the common traveler would face when looking for water.
We did manage to find ways to get water in most of these areas, either by buying bottled water in small shops or using pills to threat the water chemically (and waiting for the it to be effective).It has a 12 liter bag to filter from and a purifier for viruses. The water stays in the bag, suspended on a tree or whatever high stuff you can attach it to, and slowly filters the twelve litters of water while you set up camp.Why would we need to use Life Straw in Central Asia?Traveling in Central Asia, fresh water is always available.The rivers crafted the landscape and still flow in the valleys, everywhere.