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December 25th, 2006 | categorizilation: all categories,Georgia

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English Summary: the first 20km or so of Georgia’s M1 main highway were great. Smooth, new highway. The rest of the day was in first gear slogging my way through soft gravel on the side of the road – too dangerous to be on the road itself – so much traffic.グルジアの一番主な国道に走っています。最悪です。

最初の20kmはよかったです。幅の広くて、新しい道路でした。が、そのあとは狭くて古い道路になって、一日道路の横の砂利に走っていました。しかも、地盤の凍り溶けの繰り返しで、砂利がやわらかくて非常に走りにくかったです。その上、車とトラックが・・・とにかく多いんです。道路自体に走るのは危なくて不可能です。明日もこのような状態が続くだろうか・・・

Camping off the busy M1 highway in Georgia

テントを張ったのは道路から100mはなれた畑です。車とトラックの音がうるさい。

A spot of tent syndrome in Georgia

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Comment by carl w. — January 4, 2007 @ 11:41 pm | post a comment

looks like your staring into the distance waiting for someone to throw you a bacon sandwich with brown sauce and ketchup, which reminds me I had one of those just now…. MMMMmmmmm rather good… filled the kettle today won’t bother switching it on just yet… all the best good to see your ticking along. Beginning of February I’m in Holland, Berlin and Poland should be back around 6th Feb I’m guessing you’ll be stuck in the hills some place. all the best C.

Comment by Rob Thomson — January 5, 2007 @ 11:13 am | post a comment

Carl, stop reminding me of that wonderful substance that is pig meat. There is a distinct lack of it in this part of the world.

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