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... started kissing the asphalt.
This was quite a nice little side trip that we wouldn’t recommend anyone doing. If, by any chance you happen to be driving in Southern Georgia, make sure to take the road to Kutaisi and no other road. Our concentration levels were so high at the time that not one of us took a picture of the predicament that we were in. At 4am, we simple parked the car up at the side of the road and fell asleep.
The next morning there was a simple ...
... bit sad as well since we were all separating now.
There was some lack of agreement on whether to get a taxi or walk back. The majority ruled and we walked. I walked with Lowell at the back because he was tired - having allergies and under the weather too. My shoe fell off my foot as I was crossing a street and I had to walk quickly with one shoe dangling off my food by its strap. Leo decided to walk at the back with ...
... amp; more cursing. Then I turned the ignition on and put the bike in gear, but no difference, another shock, more pain & more cursing. It got to the point where I was trying a number of different things & then having to force myself to touch the bike to see if I would get a shock..... that is not fun when you know it is going to hurt..... A video I have no doubt would have been a YouTube sensation as I gingerly kept approaching my finger only to retract with a host of ...
... dirt trail to the new port.
Confronted by a large gate and several security guards we were pessimistic that we would get any response to our inquiry of boat Aktua? Wrong, with nothing more then a yes and a gesture to follow one of the guards we were whisked into an office to see an official. Absolutely brilliant.....or so we thought.
Paperwork changing hands, documents being approved, photocopied and stamped everything was going well ...
... told us that we couldn't have missed the landing, but our imaginations ran away... . After a long while, coughs and snores from the next door cabin reassured us that we are not alone.
When the sun came up, we could see the skyline of Aktau and learned that we were parked in queue to enter the harbor. This might happen today or tomorrow....
Finally after 48 hours, running out of food and having caught cabin fever, we arrived at Aktau at 1am.