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... with the badly broken road behind us now.
After Semyonovka we started to climb back up into the hills on our way to the Georgian border. We passed through a long tunnel and emerged onto a steep mountain descent into Dilijan which was almost as good as any Alpine road. We certainly enjoyed the run down into town, it being a welcome break from the poor roads of the last two days. A ...
... Georgian driver - David Kapanadze - told me how his country came to adopt Christianity.
In 337 A.D., Queen Nona was a Christian. But, the Georgian king, Mirian, was still pagan. Nona was trying to convince her husband to convert.
One day, a solar eclipse occurred. Mirian was terrified. Where had the sun gone! He prayed to his gods. The sun didn't appear. He took his wife's advice and prayed to the Christian ...
... already being here for a few days. First I walked around Freedom Square and found a pack of lovely arty postcards - even though I won't be sending any postcards from Georgia. Way too expensive! And I didn't really find any in Azerbaijan in the short time we were there. I am really slipping in my postcard sending mission. The Trans-caucasus is missing a business opportunity here.
At this point, I headed down toward the old city ...
... training for the priesthood!), his revolutionary activities including his lengthy periods of exile in Siberia, his rise to power and years of domination of the Soviet Union. The exhibits become increasingly sanitized as the years progress and there is of course no mention at all of the estimated 40 million people in the Soviet empire who perished during his 30 year reign of terror. There’s one photo of Stalin taken by an American photographer near the end of the ...
... and fell asleep at around 3am.
I woke up at 11am the next morning. I looked out the window of my cabin to see the Caspian Sea spread out all around me. We were smack dab in the middle of the sea about half way to Baku, Azerbaijan. I grabbed some bread and eggs and went out to a side deck and listened to music while watching the sea go by. After that I wandered around the boat for awhile, and later the belgian guys gave me some movies to watch on my laptop. That past ...