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It is safe to say that both of us have had a great time here in Tbilisi, however the time has come to move for us to continue our Journey. We have successfully received our Iranian visas, the process at the embassy being so far the fastest, and will slowly make our way south to the Armenian/Iranian border where we hope to enter ...
... view of Mtskheti from here before driving by a
very roundabout way to reach the town and visit the Cathedral there. Being Saturday it seems wedding occupy much
of the priests time: During the time my
lot were visiting 3 weddings took place, and they were quick ceremonies.
It is believed by many that Christs robe lies buried under
this church. The story is quite involved
if the guide book has got is right. Too
involved for me to ...
... to have been on this tour, as the guide told me that that I was the first born and bred Canadian she had ever hosted on one of her tours!
I've found Armenians to be quite friendly so far, so it wasn't surprising that only minutes after meeting Nare, the Armenian girl living in London, she extended an invitation tomorrow to visit her uncle's honey farm and then spend the day at Lake Sevan. Normally, I'd be all over such ...
... in the group we used to confusion to escape to the hotel. We did not have hangovers, and could therefore go on our Lonely Planet walking tour... it was nice to go it alone today.
The walking tour took us on the metro, which had an Oyster type card, passed the beautiful opera house and parliament buildings, through Liberation Square, into the old town and up to the Mother Georgia monument and fortress, unfortunately the cable car back down was ...
... it reminded him of Bariloche in Argentina and I agreed that the buildings were reminiscent of Bariloche but whereas Bariloche was bustling - this was not. And it brought back my feeling that a lot of what we have seen of the Armenian private buildings are drab and not particularly appealing. These were actually nice but lots of others are not so nice. The public buildings and monasteries, however, are usually very nicely done and have flowers and ...