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... to get supplies, I was looking more for a local café or shop. Todays route was to follow the coast road to the Georgian boarder so we eventually found I nice bench next to the sea. The rest of the day was riding down a dual carriage way following the coast. we had planed to stop at the last boarder town and exchange are money and then find some where ...
... through an area with many orchards. The apple trees are loaded with ripening apples and here’s something to really make your mouth water according to L, we stopped and bought some peaches from a small farm stall. L tried to explain to the man that she wanted just four peaches, however try as she might he was certain she meant four kilos. Quick as a flash he grabs a plastic bag, rushes out to the orchard, fills the bag and returns. Just short of 4kg of the ...
... a while, I
felt like a mountain goat. It was a tough, arduous climb but it was so worth it; more so for the views. It was so peaceful at the monastery.
After a rest and well earned water, I sat for a while enjoying the peace and solitude as well as the wonderful way the sun rising changed the colours in the surrounding mountains.
Time passed quickly and soon it was time ...
First thing this morning, after a lovely fried breakfast, jaysus but I missed bacon, we were off in what turned out to be a futile search for new waterproof trousers for himself. Not a chance. The local Yamaha dealer only seemed interested in 4x4 quad type things so we motored on.
Our main plan today was to ride in the Caucasus mountains then drop over to the Black Sea coast around Poti and find a hotel for ...
... years spent partying there. Good times. We also, funnily enough, spent another evening in a Georgian bar eating delicious Georgian food and drinking delicious Georgian wine. I guess it had to be done when in said country. Besides from wine, two of our favourite things were Khinkali and Khachapuri. The first being mouth wateringly good dumplings filled with spiced minced meat. They also had potato, cheese, bean varieties but we stuck to the meat. The second, Khachapuri, can ...
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