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Lovely to be met at the arrivals gate, quick stop at the currency exchange and a drive to town ..the streets are empty as it is 4 o clock in the morning!
Hotel of a pretty good standard much better than many experienced in the past. I wonder if this is the high point.
It is a walk to the old town but plenty of sights to be seen. Warm enough for shorts. The streets seem quiet but it ...
... house with a large living room with kitchenette to share with one other room. We enjoyed sharing our floor with the odd person or couple who would stay for a day or two. However, we have to admit that we preferred having the whole area to ourselves.
Nino made pancakes, lobiani and katchapuri for us a several times. Nino is the Manager of our guesthouse and the one who speaks English as well as Georgian, Russian and Turkish. She ...
... at sometimes lightening speed. Back in Tbilisi we held high hopes for discovering the hidden population who we thought must surely venture out on a Saturday evening. WRONG. Once again we were one of the few people in each of the places we visited. Even the lovely Buddha Bar was completely empty except staff and a group of eight ladies out for some form of mild celebration. So all in all, beautiful city yes, atmosphere ...
... to get some water and cola. The bottom-sheet didn't fit the mattress and top-sheet.... what top-sheet? The curtains hung by just a few rollers in short it looked pretty shabby. We had a nice view across the street of a larger than life statue of a muscled man who held up the eve of the building.
Lebanese in Tbilisi
The Lebanese flag on the window of Cedar of Lebanon Café caught Dave's eye and he took me ...
... gave him one picture of myself, and he told me my visa would be ready within five working days. Today was Wednesday so that meant it would be ready at the lastest by next Wednesday. I headed out of the embassy with my passport in hand. I took a nice walk along the shore of the Caspian. My next mission was to find out when the ferry was leaving for Baku, Azerbaijan. In the three year old Lonely Planet guide book that I have been using, it said that there was a travel agency where ...