Behind Akhaltsikhe we were searching for a campside next to the road. The sidway was so bad, that we got stuck. The wheels didn’t turn anymore with the mix of clay and dried gras. It was terrible! Luckily a man let us put the tent on his campside. 😉
The next day we cycled through a beautiful valley to Aspinza.
Fortunately the road works were short.
Two polish guys stopped for us, but they didn’t have time to talk.^^ Weird.
Alexandre tried to fix Johannas broken phone, but he didn’t manage.
Because of Alexandre we met Georgi (next to Johanna). 🙂 He invited us to his aunts house, on the way to Lelas house we got food at his friends place.
Then we met Mogli… Mariam, Georgis niece.
Someone gave us a rock melon.
We felt so welcome at Lelas house. We decided to wait for my sister Karin. She came to Tibilisi by airplane and took the Minibus to Akhaltsikhe, where I picked her up.
Our wonderful view to the garden and to the mountains in the background.
One of Lelas delicious dishes. Special scrambled eggs.
Saying goodbye wasn’t easy. From left to right. Sandro Michi Nikolos Lela Mariam Johanna Karin Georgi.
On our way to Vardzia.
The famous and impressive cave town Vardzia from the 12th century.
For our first camp with two tents we found a nice mowed meadow at a fish farm.