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... it was stretched and stuck to the vertical oven wall where it cooked until done. Then they used a scraper to loosen the bread from the wall and a hook to spear the bread so it did not fall into the hot coals below. See our pictures. Then Flo also made a local sweet which starts with walnuts in a string .... which are dipped into kind of a paste made of reduced grape juice and flour. See the picture on this. Then we ate the bread, along ...
... 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 ...
... Georgian national meals. We also visited a couple of museums that were a little below our expectations: for example, the MOMA is actually Zurab Tsereteli's museum only, and it was boring. However, the historical museum is not bad - with its collection of ancient gold and silver jewelry found in Georgia, and a new hall of Soviet occupation period (1921 - 1991).
It's interesting that English is becoming more popular here than Russian: information on the streets, young people do not know Russian at ...
... We went to a nearby store for some groceries for dinner and ate in. I finished a good deal of my accumulated food and decided the goat cheese I brought from home had to go....with a little help from Emma - she convinced me it couldn't be good because of the bacteria puffing up the plastic it was wrapped in. I tried to pack up my stuff as much as possible for tomorrow and started this blog directly on the blog site. Hope it works when I try to save it
... often wilted, flowers, sunflower seeds or cheep trinkets. Some avoid our eyes and hold up a cup for small change. Most beggars are old people and women, which leads me to believe there are no government programs to take care of the elderly.
....We crossed the beautiful glass and metal Peace Bridge over the Mrkvari river to Rika Park which lacks shade but has beautifully manicured flower ...