We made it to the top of Goderzi Pass in Georgia! 😁😁😁😁 Goderzi Pass with its 2,025m was the highest pass we had to tackle so far in our adventure.
It was definitely not a an easy one: several steep parts and no asphalt. Only rocks and mud.
Several drivers drove next to us and proposed to drive us and our bikes to the top. But we always politely declined! We wanted to make it only by our legs' strength and mental ressources! 😅
It was sometimes hard and very challenging but the local people and drivers had always cheered us and waved at us.
Reaching the top was an overwhelming feeling with a mix of pride, joy, exhaustment... Our bodies and our bikes made it! 100 days ago we would had probably not been physically able to make it!
Friendly stray dogs welcomed us at the top. We then had a good lunch with local food and then started our 20km ride down to continue our journey in Georgia! .
Our name is "Non La Project". We are cycling for education from France to Vietnam: we want to collect $16,000 USD for kids to have access to education in Vietnam.
100% of the donation will go directly to the NGO we support.
You can donate directly following the link in our bio .
We crossed all Europe ! From the Atlantic Ocean to the Black Sea! From France to Bulgaria !😁😁🙌🙌 5,000km of discoveries, joy, sometimes painful days but which always ended up positively and which made us stronger. Who could believe 3 months ago we would be able to go so far… Maybe not even us!
5,000km is in the end not very meaningful : this is only “figures”. What really matters is all the very inspiring people we have met all the way, who opened their hearts and sometimes their houses for us.
As well we would like to thanks all the the people who have donated so far! Thanks to you we are well on time and Poussieres de Vie can already count on more than 7,000$ to welcome in the best conditions all the kids that will be able to go to their new school in the D12 of Saigon. We count on you to continue to talk about Non La Project around you and to make it all together to 16,000$! We will take the ferry boat from Burgas (Bulgaria) to Batumi (Georgia). It will take around 3 days to cross the Black Sea. We hope that we will see dolphins on the way!! Central Asia and Middle-East: here we come!
We would like to address a very special thanks to our families and friends, all the people who have helped us on the way and indeed all the great donors who gave to Poussieres de Vie!
Stay tuned for the following of “Non La Project”
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