None of us really remember a lot from that point on, joe even spent the night on the floor in the room which none of us knew why including him as the bed was literally 2 steps away.
Everyone was in a pretty sorry state the next morning and all gathered for lunch. With rumours flying about that the ferry may not be docking again. Which was going to really mess our plans up for seeing things in Georgia and Armenia before being at the Iranian border.
The day pressed on when finally at about 5.30pm the announcement came that the boat would finally be docking!! Due to the fact it took almost 6 hours to load the ferry and the teams cars were buried in between trains and lorries we still felt like it could be hours before we actually got tyres on tarmac. We got through customs and passport checks and at about 10pm we were finally off the boat!!
The welsh guys had looked online and found an apartment that could hold us all for £15 so we quickly found our way there and went for food and drinks which happened to be some of the nicest wine weve ever had.