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... br> side and got a great view over the city on a very sunny day. This is a much high spot than the fort and
Mother Georgia statue, we could look down of them.
D is busy repairing the car keys that have just about
died. L really hates these electronic
things. It seems that if it isn’t one
thing then it’s another. Quite
frequently the keys won’t send the
signal they are supposed to and this is a real problem ...
... and drank some vodka with me and Kate. He enjoyed having an American guest for lunch. And I enjoyed the time I could spend with him and Kate.
Georgia was less made-up than Armenia, less rich than Turkey, less ambitious than both. It was laidback, lazy, and unpretentious - my kind of country.
A Georgian friend of mine, Mariko Bughadze, discussed ambition with me recently. She said some of her countrymen ...
... pens. I was served a nice lunch, including soup, bread, and nuts. After visiting with his relatives we headed out to the shopping mall to walk around a bit and to eat some icecream. After the mall we went to his favorite cafe called Ak Keme and drank a pot of tea. After tea we went over to crazy Max's house, one of Yerlan's good friends and someone whom I had hung out with before. There was a feast laid out there and we all indulged in some tasty foods. We had some ...
... br> After visiting the monastery, Sasha went in search for a “perfect” spot for our picnic and BBQ. He found a quiet spot away from the crowds, but it was quite an uphill hike, especially carrying our mobile kitchen. Everyone complained about the hike, but once we all settled, it was clearly worth the extra walk to get an amazing view of the mountains and the seclusion. This spot luckily this was used by others ...
... 322;ać portfolio), Rosjanina czujacego sie Gruzinem i mnóstwo obcokrajowców, w tym Niemca swietujacego urodziny. Kulturalny tygiel. Sytuacja taka.
Iranczyk miał młodego mysliwskiego psa wabiacego sie Charlie, którego Julita wyprowadzala w trakcie imprezy (Charlie bite her finger). Motywem przewodnim oprócz taniego i dobrego piwa była gruzinska czacza. Było godnie, grubiej byc nie ...