Georgia

Georgia

The Travelator Diaries: Armenia & Georgia

We are sharing our personal travel diaries! We started keeping these so our family and friends could keep up with our travels, and get some laughs at our expense. Here is our entry for Georgia & Armenia, covering our rather eventful road trip in October 2016. We had just finished up 2 weeks in Iran, and while we absolutely loved it, Tom was hanging for a beer and KG was ready to rip off her hijab. We crossed the border in northern Iran,…

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Backpacking Georgia

Guide to Backpacking in Georgia

In this guide we will tell you all about backpacking in Georgia on a budget, including what to see, where to stay and how to get there. Why Visit? We’ll cut to the chase here: Georgia is a stunning country! The ancient monasteries scattered around the incredibly scenic countryside, the mountain peaks and the quality wine will surely make it one of your favourite destinations. Georgia’s capital Tbilisi has a trendy mainland Europe feel without the price tag or the hoards of tourists….

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Road trip Armenia Georgia

Armenia & Georgia: The Ultimate Road Trip

Here is our guide to the ultimate two week road trip through Armenia & Georgia. We will explain our itinerary from October 2016 (with a few modifications), how to organise your car and what to expect whilst driving through both countries. Armenia and Georgia have an incredible amount to see and do. Both countries are spoiled for ancient monasteries, stunning scenery, fascinating history and delicious wine. We didn’t have much time so we decided that we should hire a car. This would allow us to see…

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Silk Road itinerary

Our 3 Month Silk Road Itinerary

We are lucky enough to be travelling to many countries along the Silk Road from late July to early November 2016. We are not strictly travelling along the main Silk Road routes, which traditionally begin in China, but we are visiting many of the highlights. We will be travelling by local transport, but we have met lots of people travelling this route by bicycle, motorbike or hitchhiking. Our Silk Road Itinerary We have posted our rough itinerary below (we may…

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