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... 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 ...
... common than the typical big bus type of tourist, you'll see some of us at what are traditionally considered to be higher-end attractions.
There was a rather diverse group on the tour, including three ladies from Iran, a group of four that included a couple living in Toronto but originally hailing from Paris and Yerevan, an Armenian now calling London home, and a Londoner who is volunteering in Armenia. I should also ...
... so awesome… From Batumi we went to the border with Turkey by marchutka, it was Sunday afternoon with a long queue of Turkish people going home, we decided to stay in Georgia one more night and cross the border to the start of a new country in the morning. Accommodation M42 Hostel, one of the best hostels I ever stayed in, the hostel is a massive house that Nadia and Ira turned into a hostel; they created a very friendly and homely atmosphere. The girls will go to ...
Walker Stephens sometimes felt sad that he'd lost two-thirds of his money in a Georgian casino.
-----But, he still made jokes - mostly about donkeys. He excitedly supported travelers who weren't stuck in Georgia. He learned how to wiggle his shoulders, when some Zulu girls and I taught him to dance to South African house music.
-----Above all, he was excited to visit the "camel guy". This guy could hold the answers to the keys to the locks ...
... a hotel even farther up the road. I think Armine said that he owned the best chain of hotels in Armenia.
We passed several villages, two of which were settled by Russian Old Believers who had been deported in the 1860's I think. Armine said they were very hard working and often spurned modern communications and TV - like the Amish in the US. Even though this area was known to have a generally warmer climate than the Lake Sevan ...