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... tającymi lepsze czasy i czekającymi na zastrzyk żywej gotówki remontowo/restauracyjnej. Ma to wszystko jednak specyficzny urok: drewniane werandy resztką wysiłku trzymające się frontonów domów, zbudowane z architektonicznym zacięciem kolonialistów francuskich co okazalsze rezydencje i odłażący wszystkimi kolorami tęczy tynk.
Przechodzimy przez ruchliwe rondo/skrzyżowanie, tak naprawdę nie wiemy, co ...
... 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 ...
... My walk took me over the Peace Bridge and into Rize Park with its quirky piano and chess set.
The unopened exhibition hall had a feel of the Gateshead Sage. Heading back over the river, I wandered my way through some back streets by the old Tbilisi wall. The old and the new live side by side here in Tbilisi.
I found Freedom Square before taking a slow walking back to the hostel and enjoying a sunset on the ...
... said Dave needed to apply in the Provincial Office in the area where we would reside within two months of our arrival The Provincial Office would need the same documents and it would be up to them to approve my stay, as the spouse of an EU Passport holder. That was deflating to hear but there seemed no way around it. We’d have to arrive in France with the uncertainty of how long we could stay. It is a good thing we are ...
... rich).) They were all in their early eighties, except for Grandma Bott, who was seventy-four. Unfortunately, poor Grandma Bott's health was the worse.
She had Alzheimer's disease. This petite woman with shiny white hair, who smiled happily and showed youth and innocence behind her glasses, forgot what she'd been talking about if she had to think hard; and then she frowned and became embarrassed for a moment. She ...