Entering Georgia wasnt that difficult, and i think for motorcycles is allways easier than with a car. Nevertheless it took me just over an hour to cross the borders. After that, i stopped for a new sim card, exchange, and to get insurance for the motorcycle. There are 2 or 3 different offices out there, that they all do all these things. i chose one and went, Bernthard followed. They usually speak english, and explain to you everything. You can find different opions for the sim card , with less or more charges, and they help you put it in and make it work. Dont do it on your own, you will be confused. And the same is for the insurance. I paid 20 euro for a month, i could have taken for 15 days but wasnt sure how long i would stay and didnt want to start searching for extra in the middle of Georgia. There are also ATMs for taking money. After all the paperwork and all that noise, vehicles, people shouting, mud due to the rain, etc, we headed to Batumi to find a place to stay. At the borders.