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... traffic we hope that managed to arrange a lift when they got
to Kosha as they seem to be very anxious about getting back to Tbilisi that
On the road from Zhinvali to Tianeti we passed over another
lower pass after which the countryside seemed quite a bit drier. Then around
Pshaveli we turned north to head over yet another pass. This would be the highest pass to tackle in
Georgia at over 2800. There are higher
passes in ...
... today at the hostel, a result of a random act.
So last night, out of the blue I get a message from Chris, saying that he was going to be back in Tbilisi tonight, asking if I wanted to meet up. Why the hell not? What better way is there to spend my last night in Tbilisi than dinner with a new friend? Over yet another excellent meal in the Caucasus, we shared stories of our travels of the past few days, and Chris mentioned ...
... Batumi and it was unreal, very rich with about as much cheese as a large pizza and a 100g block off butter on top, I didn’t eat again until dinner. There are many cheap eats in Georgia; pita type bread filled with cheese is also called katchapuri (about $1) and pirozkhhi is meat pastry with potatoes or cheese. Shaslik is grilled meat kebabs that can be bought everywhere. We ate a lot of Doner kebabs (schwarma) filled with beef, this is actually originally a Turkish ...
... ran around Camel Guy's feet. Another shaggy white goat, and some sheep, hid in the shade of a forest.
-----Walker's eyes widened, as he looked at me with the smirk of a kid who'd found treasure.
-----And then, we saw the camel.
-----Laying on her stomach, the camel and her Mt. Ararat-shaped hump were still taller than me. Her stubby, brown fur looked like chocolate shavings. She stood up when Walker and I came to meet her, and her hump was ...
... Maybe the people pay more attention to their public face than their private one. They do seem to be very proud of their civic architecture and their historical architecture as well as their public monuments.
Around 1 pm we arrived at the monastery - high up on a plateau above this whole incredible gorge. Oh, I forgot, there were some interesting "buildings" that I wish I had taken a photo of - tankers converted into ...