SEASON 1 – [Eps. 102] GEORGIA ROUND 2

SEASON 1 – [Eps. 102] GEORGIA ROUND 2


good morning Internet it is nine eleven
in the morning and welcome back to the channel I’m having my breakfast now
together with these lovely people from South Africa and Sweden right yeah and
so we got omelets yogurt some cheese yogurt
what is it oh sorry Armenian masu. I haven’t tried it yet, and
bread, and what is this? Apricot Jam. apricot jam
Also Jam. Pavitlo and then okay yeah gonna enjoy the breakfast and then
I’ll show you the map where I’m gonna go today so I’ll show you where I’m gonna
go today the map is a little bit useless now because you cannot barely see
anything but anyway I’m now here in beauty and today I am crossing the
border again into Georgia to somewhere around there so another border crossing
let’s hope it’s gonna be smooth oh it was lovely meeting you
good luck on your trip thank you for to stay thank you very much
sorry thank you bye so it’s a really nice ride so far
beautiful through Armenian countryside but now I’m almost at the border it’s
six kilometers to go and I’m taking a different border than when I entered
Armenia so let’s see how smooth and quick this border is going to be. number four? one window and four window, yes
okay – To eh.. Vardzia And.. welcome back to Georgia! Well, that was a super easy border crossing. It
took 20 minutes, I didn’t even have to get off the bike. It was about five minutes
on the Armenian side and about 15 minutes of the Georgian side didn’t
check any of my panniers nothing, so yeah I think it’s a new record anyway I just
put on my thick jacket because it’s really quite chilly and I must have been
climbing as well but there’s a cold wind and the weather does that not look very
good so I’m afraid I’ll catch some rain anyway it’s only 75 kilometres to see
I’m gonna try to find some food on the way because of three wait one o’clock so
if I see something to eat so yeah let’s go well it seems like I just missed the
rain oh the weather is bad pretty bad but
it’s 23 kilometers to go so I’m just gonna push through- yeah and then dry up and have a lunch or something But eh.. there is lightning and thunder as well. Look at that Cool right?
with those clouds in the background It looks so mystical! Really awesome! Anyway, I have 11kilometers to go, so I just have to push through I’m at a guest house
let’s see if they’re home. Nice garden Hi! How are you? Moto? Yeah Oooh, I get the pink room! So, welcome to my extremely pink room! It is so pink that it hurts my eyes. No, it’s lovely. I’m glad I made it here. Riding in rain was not so great and it
was a shame because the scenery was actually amazing but yeah I couldn’t
record from the front only towards me so that there wasn’t getting any rain on
the lens anyway the reason why I came here to Vardzia is that there’s a very
famous or quite famous monastery close by I think six kilometers from here, and I
was planning to visit that today but in this rain that’s not gonna be very fun
so yeah I’m just gonna stay here maybe if it’s all clear up in the afternoon I
could still go or I’ll go tomorrow and then check it out then so let’s see what
the weather does so this is attempt number two to reach
the cave monastery here in Vardzia there’s six and a half kilometers from
here and the weather looks good good yes see you later check this out how amazing is this right
I just tried to fly the drone I hope it worked a little bit but it’s just so
beautiful so this monastery was built in the early or mid 12th century by King
George 2/3 and then later King they call her King Queen Tamar finished it and
yesterday I met her a bunch of local teenagers and they told me that this
princess or this queen was here and she was lost and she was wanted to get
rescued by her uncle and she said I am here uncle which is Vardzia in Georgian
and that’s where the name Vardzia yeah sorry Vardzia comes from. Anyway
it’s really impressive there are over 600 chambers around here and I used to
be two thousand monks living here so really impressive I’m just gonna wander
around a little bit yeah really really stunning and I mean
the whole setting is just beautiful I came a little bit too early they only
open at 10:00 because I thought I’ll beat the crowds but then I had to wait
until 10 o’clock until the open but still pretty quiet early he a little
walk so just went into the little Church I
had to wear a scarf in there and at the end of the tunnel there was a spring
with I guess holy water I just can’t imagine like in the 12th century
hundreds of years ago you know you’d be among you be living here in one of these
chambers just meditating all day so this area over here is actually still
inhabited by monks so there are six months living here and every morning
they ring those bells over there so yeah that’s actually still monks living in
this place oh there’s a letter here oh this is Tamar’s room
so this is where Queen Tamar lived good luck right safe bye I forgot to tell you but today is my birthday! what do you guys think of the cake? Good? Yeah!
so that was it for today I am back in my pink room I really hope you like this
video if you did please give me a big thumbs up and subscribe down below and
then I’ll see you in the next video

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100 Comments

  1. Happy birthday 🎂🎂🎂friend,,i m finishing your every beautiful video,so pray you have nice and save journey.

  2. Your video is so wonderful but I feel some kind, like trying to help. Anyway you are satisfy of what you are doing. That it is. Have a nice day. Thanks

  3. Where is your rain suit and anti fog spray for your helmet visor? Getting wet on a bike then continuing to ride is not the best solution hoping to find someplace to dry off. …

  4. Wow, I 've got to give you some credit, you have more … I'm going to use the word "guts" but choose your favorite noun for courage. and I spent a year in Afghanistan. Be safe …

  5. فية عرب هنا ؟ البنات صارو رحالة .. واحنا خمجنا في حر الرياض ☻☻😸👍

  6. Congratulations for your nice videos. From Armenia to Kazakstan, I watched all your videos at the same day. You are an amazing girl. Inteligent, smart and love adventures.
    Marco Aurelio from Brazil

  7. Absolutely Stunning. I am in Malibu, Ca. I always wanted to do what you are doing but time got away. What motorcycle is that and are you English? Gul

  8. I admire women like you! Such brave women! I dream of the journey like you do.But I hope maybe next year I will go on such wonderful journey.Last year I bought a scooter. But this year I dream of a real moto-bike like:: Kawasaki Versys. But now I still have to pay off my scooter untill next year.But next year I am absolutely sure I will buy a real moto-bike like Kawasaki Versys or Suzuki V-Strom. Because I know that this moto bikes are made for long beautiful journeys like you do. You are a woman and you didn't afraid to go on such dangerous journey? You go through one of the most dangerous countries in the world. Don't you afraid all this dangerouses you can meet in your way?

  9. One day you will remember your yourney and some people will try to impress you with interest rates and stupid investments and of corse they lost all theyr money……
    And you will take your adventure in to your life an nowbody can ever take that eway from you. I did it the first time 40 years ago in a similar way – and then a few more times. Have fun!

  10. Beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing your vlogs. I totally understand *been there -rain, haul & flood -isn't fun on a bike. Great friends/family to celebrate You🎂🤗 Keep safe and vlogs coming. Greetings from Minnesota USA 😎☺👍🏍

  11. very interesting .im from New Mexico ,we had hopi and navajo indians here, Mesa Verde,,,live like the monks.Be Safe and be well

  12. Hello, how are you…?nice to you this vidio and best off luck take care always your self and i waching from nepal plz visit nepal 2020 …🙏🙏👍👍👏👏

  13. Another great episode, learning so much from your videos. Happy birthday and what a lovely birthday surprise. Wonder where in South Africa the lady at breakfast was from, I'm from Cape Town. Ride safe!!

  14. Ive only watched this video today ( 30 August ) but it looks like you had a great birthday anyway! All the very best! Fulton x

  15. Happy Birthday Dear Nourali. May the years ahead be adventurous, smooth rides, and prosperous. Stay blessed and keep inspiring all.

  16. belated HAPPY BIRTHDAY Noraly! That was very nice of them to celebrate your birthday and make you a wonderful cake. The monk monastery was just amazing, thank you for sharing otherwise I would never have seen that wonderful place. Cheers from Canada! Keep Smiling. Lets GO!!

  17. Though pretty late, but Many many happy returns of the day! God bless you with a lot more rides, and your spirit is just amazing. I am literally binge watching your lovely videos….Keep riding, be safe!

  18. hi from Montreal Canada Happy Birthday Noraly ive been looking at your videos for hours today ,just love them .i ride bike also since a very long time(about 40 years now)wen i will retire i will travel in north america i got a old honda goldwing 1200cc

  19. Greetings from Athens, Greece. It is hard to ride in rain. Not only the road requires special attention but the vision is restricted, with closed or open helmet. Either way you cannot see well. Good luck and easy riding!

  20. Hi Norali this is Razib from Bangladesh. Very soon I am going to buy a bike.In our country cc limit is 165 only. So I need to buy within this limitation.And I will name it NORALI.🦄

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