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... heads in the background.
Now that is another fun thing to met on a narrow mountain
pass road, a large mob of sheep or herd of cows. One shepherd got quite upset at us coming
along while his sheep were crossing the road, yet most were very friendly and
gave us a wave. One cow herder even
asked us the time in very good English.
On our return trip over this pass the fog again engulfed us
as we passed over the top and in a couple ...
... I haven't really even had the chance to see Tbilisi in the daylight yet!
Rather than suffer through a cramped and non air-conditioned marshrutka for six hours, the more common form of local transport, I managed to book a relatively expensive ride in a private shuttle offered by a local tour agency. I figured it was worth the extra cash to have an air-conditioned ride, and also the door-to-door service. Plus, in theory it ...
... tree branches to eat. We watched as a wandering puppy nearly got stepped on by the camel.
-----We finally sat down, to hear Camel Guy's wisdom. He said:
-----"Answers you seek, huh? Donkey traveling to do you'd like? An easy path you have chosen it is not."
-----Just kidding. He didn't talk like Yoda. And Walker's name wasn't "Skywalker", it was Walker.
-----Camel Guy spoke English with some difficulty and a French accent. ...
... days in Yerevan.
So far we have had absolutely gorgeous weather since I joined the Explore tour. Hope it stays. A comment about the Ethnographic Street - I thought it was a lovely spot with its wooden chalet-type buildings but it was kind of sad that there were so few artisans there - there are probably a lot more during the peak season. Yet, the place had an artificial feel that I don't even usually get in most touristy places. ...
"I wonder how long I can stay in bed before dear old Nunu comes a knocking to tell us we need to check out". That was my first thought, followed quickly by "urrrgh do we really have to take the bus all the way back to Tbilisi today?". Unlike me Sam appeared to feel tiptop which I can only put down to the fact he palmed his shot of chacha onto me. I have to say, the number of Israelis we came across in Kazbegi ...