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... jest jednak dla chłopaków bardzo miła, wypytuje, skąd jesteśmy i cała rozjaśnia się w uśmiechu na wieść, iż 'my z Polszy'. Ściany i strop katedry pokryte są kolorowymi freskami, wnętrze roi się od modlących się wiernych i pogrążonych w dyskursach popów.
Po kilku chwilach zachwytu idziemy dalej krętymi uliczkami i dochodzimy do Placu Meidan, przechodzimy przez Most Metekhi ...
... 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 ...
... an ancient rock/cave town complex and Ananuri a castle complex on the banks of the Aragyi river. We only stayed overnight in three towns other than Tbilisi; Stephansmida, Batumi and a small settlement on the border with Turkey. From Ananuri we hitch hiked to Stephansminda (formerly Kazbegi) in the greater Caucaus mountains, two cars stopped to pick us up, two Russian speaking friends from Armenia driving in convoy, we were split up and the one guy was lucky to get Alya a ...
Mon, Nov 18
It was around freezing in the morning as there was a little bit of frost on the tent. I'm happy to say I've survived all of the bush camps of the trip! The remainder of nights will be spent in hotels or hostels. We were leaving at 9:00 this morning so I had to get up earlier to fit in my morning walk. I set off at 6:30 under the light of a full moon towards a monastery I had seen the previous day. The walk was easy but after I continued along the road ...
I saw some pepper grinders and thought of Lowell. There were all sorts of things here - a regular flea market with used tools, huge TV monitors, cell phones, china and silverware, crystal, some rugs, musical instruments and stuffed animals - that had been alive I presume - fur hats, record albums and movies, lots of paintings - I really enjoyed looking at them. I saw something I almost picked up for Jerry and then was scared that it was ...