First of all sorry for my english, i'll be use google translator. This story begins at the end of 2018. A friend calls me and tells me that he signed up for a moto transport in October to Georgia and then he goes to Iran and asks me what my plans are for 2019. I had no plans. At the beginning of January, he calls again with the information that there are no more vacancies, but he put me on the reserve list. It calmed me down a bit because I was convinced that no one would give up and I would not have to go anywhere. Well, he calls on April 3 and info "there is space available, you're going". Hmm, being after few beers , without thinking I bought a plane ticket to Tbilisi. Wake up in the morning and think about what I have done, how do I have a vacation, etc. In the meantime, i gave the moto to the service (usually I always do the moto myself, but here somehow I had no desire or time) to prepare the equipment for me and, above all, to look at the timing chains. Every now and then new information comes out that Iran has stopped issuing visas and does not allow motorcycles larger than 250cc. Well, the vision of Iran is receding, but there is no bad thing in Georgia and I haven't been to that yet, so there is no tragedy. About a month before departure, it is known that Iran has a visa and it is possible to enter by motorbike, but not so colorful, everyone who enters Iran will be banned from entering the USA for 5 years. It turns out that out of a dozen or so people, only me and Krzychu (and his wife) decide to take the risk and enter Iran. So the struggle with getting visas begins. We get along with Krzysztof and come to a conclusion, we will go legal and get a CDP subscription and so cheaper than in the offer of intermediaries (which not counting the frozen deposit). This is how it is done in PZMot for a separate story (photo in growth condition on USB, not by e-mail, etc.). Finally, a few days before departure, visiting and CDP.