We are on our way to the Unesco village of Ushguli. A small town located at an altitude of about 2100 meters and right at the base of Shkhara, the highest mountain in Georgia. It is said that Ushguli is the highest continuously inhabited settlement in Europe. A lot of superlatives and we can’t wait to see for ourselves.
Grey, Russian building blocks with few paint left on them. Abandoned building amidst newly build ones. Traffic is crazy and judging by our first ride from the airport, they apparently…
It has been a little more than six months since we rode into our hometown, so what have we been up to? Well, in a nutshell: meeting friends and family, finding jobs, looking for a home and giving interviews to local newspapers and bicycle touring magazines.