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... our baggage, a line of new Toyota Rav-4s awaited us outside. Unfortunately so did a group of bloodthirsty taxi drivers out for their 4am tourist feast. We tied to barter, but still ended up paying 40 USD to get us into Tbilisi (around 25 minutes drive). We got duped, but none us were awake enough to a) care and b) spend more time trying to haggle. Still, it quickly taught us the value of the Georgian gel vs the USD vs the Polish zloty!
The Kind Edward Hotel is a ...
... colour of liquid concrete.
In a couple of places they roar through tiny narrow gorges with a
ferocity that photos just can’t capture.
Shatili is only a tiny village, an old village with these
tall, stone, towers all built beside each other so that they look a bit like a
fortress. Most of these towers are
abandoned now in favour of houses in the new village which looks very poor and
ramshackle. There seems to be ...
An old city on natural trade routes. The culture is a melting pot of European, Indian and Middle Eastern styles. Not much is very old as the town was raised to the ground in 1795. Just the old city walls and a few churches remain from the older city.
The city mascot is a wine drinking seated man which is dated to BC.
Staying tomorrow so we can check out the museums and then it is off the the wine ...
... at the regional processing office. My signature was too light. I had to go into the Tbilisi office and submit a fresh application. I began calling about the status when it should have been ready. A different woman at the local office said she did not have it yet and would try to determine the status. After two weeks, we went to the office to ask face-to-face. The original woman we had dealt had returned from holiday on that day and found my ...
... needed to know more.
Luckily for us, there was a guy in Tbilisi at this very moment who had years of experience walking around with trained animals. We needed to go and see ...
... "the camel guy".
To be continued.
Thanks to Vonik & Alen; Arman; Pahital; Arsan; David; Roman; Vardan & Abugan; Ondranik; Vachagan & Mahitar; Arkadi & Vahan; David & Madonna Kapanadze; and Goga for rides!