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... day which consisted only of getting frozen yoghurt and sushi. We did attempt to do a free walking tour that night only to find out it doesn't start until mid May as it is too early in the tourist season. The next day we were more proactive and probably spent about 7 hours walking around. We first walked up a huge hill on the edge of old town to reach a fortress and a big lady statute that represents the Mother ...
... girl in a short brown dress standing beneath the columns, smiling at me. She had dark brown eyes and curly hair, and nice legs. Her name was "Kate", a.k.a. Ketevani Gozalishvili. She invited me to her house for tea. I had time for that!
Walking a countryside lane, i was given fresh grapes by Kate's neighbors. I ate them, along with fluffy pastries baked by Kate's sister-in-law, beneath pictures of Orthodox saints ...
... continued on in uncertainly but then recognized some beer signs that I had noticed....and then there was the hotel in front of me. I thought it would be on a side street after a right-hand turn. My fear is that tomorrow I will blow it because I won't be paying as much attention.
So I have checked for emails (none on my gmail account) and facebook, written up my day's activities and will upload my photos - there aren't very many today.
... above the stage, had heavy satirical political overtones and could never have been performed pre-1991!
The current, very pro-American Georgian president is determined to make on his mark on Tbilisi and the very contemporary Peace Bridge which dominates the city centre, the very odd looking tubular concert hall under construction and the presidential palace with its newly installed glass dome (representing the “transparency of the presidency”) ...
July 20th - August 20th 2013
Samarkand - Bukhara - Khiva - Nukus
I awoke the next morning at 425am ready to leave Nukus and continue my journey. I got my stuff together quickly and headed over to meet Rasheed. As soon as I opened the front door to the hotel, Rasheed came walking out. He immediately called a taxi for me. We ...