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We were worried we wouldn’t feel thirsty until too late, worried by many other issues on the road.
Thanks to the Life Straw, we didn’t have to wait hours for a pill to be effective or to wait for the next village to buy bottled water.
When looking for solutions for drinkable water, we were fortunate enough to be supported by Life Straw.
They were lining up in front of the only shop of the village to buy large supplies of bottled water, to stock them until the next shop which was a very long distance.
What a pain this is, when the water is expensive and it will be hot in a few hours.
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?