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... narmada Blink gave everybody a glimpse of what they can expect this summer time with a surprise overall performance lastnight at the T-Cellular Sidekick LX party, following a set by Barker and DJ AM. After playing three tunes from past albums, Mark Hoppus joked, "this is our extremely first show after hating each other's guts for numerous many years." The band's reunion spawned from Barker and AM's tragic plane crash last September, exactly where they sustained ...
... pay for other people's beers too.
I walked back, Diane making the mistake of joining me. I was not in the mood for a lecture, yet alone a wayward one.
Over to the water fountain in front of the State Museum of Armenian History for a few water fountain shots. There are lots of people milling around, even younger children.
Got the key on the third request. Wifi and blog worked on. A quiet room was good for stuff I had to do. Bed c 2315.
... and Armenia over the disputed enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh.
In March Russia signs an "alliance and integration" treaty with South Ossetia. Georgian government denounces move as Russia taking step closer to annexing territory.
In August, Russian forces in South Ossetia move internal border 1.5 km further inside Georgia proper, threatening main road linking west and east of country.
* A satrap was an ancient Persian province
... it could be a Most Uncomfortable Dinner Party.
Oh, I wonder if we should have invited China....?
BUT WHERE AND WHO ARE THE CAUCASUS?
To understand our dinner party dilemma, it is necessary to explore the geographical, political and historic background to the Caucasus - one of the most politically and ethnologically complex regions in the world.
When we first planned our trip to the Caucasus, we were frequently ...
... what an amazing difference good staff can make to your stay. We were indeed very sorry to be leaving the hotel and its friendly staff.
While Alan was checking out, I decided to linger over my breakfast as much as I could and opted for another cup of coffee. Sitting on my own in a corner table, I felt like a fly on the wall. I watched a tour group of Americans. Immaculately dressed, they looked like a genial lot and were really nice to each ...