Trip Start Dec 17, 2005
Trip End Jan 17, 2006

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Wednesday, December 14, 2005

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The Idea

travel from Stuttgart (Germany) to Tbilisi (Republic of Georgia) by train

the team

Baidi and Basty

the motivation

spend time together, get away from Stuttgart, think things through while sitting on a train and having nothing else to do, visit our beloved friends in Georgia

the duration

five weeks

the route

Stuttgart - Prague - Vienna - Venice - Athens - Istanbul - Tbilisi

the preparations

no preparations made

the planning

we talked about it and decided to go

estimated cost of traveling

500 € each (of course this is not barely enough)

the equipment

two heads, able to think, two backpacks, winter clothing, one sleeping bag, one immersion boiling device (very important!!!), digital camera, analogue camera, digital bag, two cell phones, plastic cards, passports, knife

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yellowdragon on

beny bear,thx
dear benybear,thx,thx to ur encouragement,welcome to our blog! baidi

prilade on

Thank you for your blog!
Thank you for your blog! The way you wrote it is great. I'm thinking about applying for an year EVS near Tbilisi. Is it a good thing to do? I don't know. But your blog is giving more 'real', 'adequate' information.... Thank you!

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