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We vertrekken om 9 uur naar de Bazar, prachtig opgesteld groenten en fruit, heerlijke geconfeite vruchten, walnoten in druivensuiker, prachtige kruiden , een streling voor oog en neus.er lagen hele stapels met heel dun brood, dat voortdurend werd nat gehouden, het wordt heel hard als ze dat niet doen, en ik kreeg er zo maar één aangeboden van een …
... very long time. Perhaps some persimmons too if we see some nice ripe ones of them:
At Masalli which is still on that very flat plane it was very wet with water lying everywhere, we turned towards the mountains to go to Yardimli. It was a pretty drive up into the hills with the rain letting up for a while and a bit of sunshine peeping through now and again. We saw a big waterfall that is in two stages. The lowest has a cluster of cafes around the bottom ...
... and also practical judgement. Check out what price ranges offer the firms for the precise service and make comparison of them. The simple fact that the company is advising assistance in reduced price levels does not imply they are well-performing, that's mean they will surprise you afterward by increased fees. To keep away from this, you must demand the written contract in which might not be confusing ...
... and walking around the entire building without finding the entrance, we gave up. It turns out that it was on an upper floor inside the building which also houses the history museum.
We drove back out again to the Geg********astery and Garni. At Geghard we visited the cave church - there was a service here too but the church was smaller and we had only a brief time to visit the core part of the church. I was ...
... stunning 360 degree views of the Caucasus mountains. On the minibus back from Kazbegi, I met two English guys who had similar plans as me so on arrival back in Tbilisi, we decided to travel together for a few days and first we hired a taxi who took us out to Davit Geraja monastery located right on the Azerbaijan border. The 6th century monastery was built into the hills that form the border, located in barren land in the middle of nowhere. The various cave ...