Ever wondered what it would be like to drive across two continents? No plans, just the open road and three weeks to get from A to B?
In a 1994 hatchback affectionately named Nancy, purchased for the whopping price of 350 euros, that’s exactly what two of my good friends and I set out to do in the autumn of 2013: an epic road trip starting in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina with just one goal – to get to Tbilisi, Georgia.
We had no idea if we would even make it that far in a 20 year-old car that didn’t like going uphill or travelling more than six hours a day. We had no idea what could possibly be in store for us traversing two continents and seven countries…
Article originally published on Skyscanner’s Travel Features & News section.