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... walking tour, we crossed the river on a very modernistic pedestrian bridge. While we were standing in the middle of the bridge as our guide pointed out different sights, a uniformed Security Guard approached one of our group and told him to remove his foot from the eight inch rail that ran along the bridge. I watched as he did the same to three more people. This guy's job was to stand at one end of the bridge and keep people from stepping on that rail! As ...
... flat, it simply kicked our asses today.
As a reward for our punishing hike, there was another delicious home-cooked Georgian spread awaiting us for lunch, at a local woman's home. This time, the strategy was much smarter, as we wouldn't be stuffing ourselves with food and wine before the hike but after! Of course, not all was perfect - while still drinkable, the wine today was a lot more reminiscent of vulture ****, than it ...
... of images and feelings, and I really enjoyed it.
-----Ramos loved cooking. So, for my last story, I read, "Buy Now! World's Best Arepas", a 2003 comedy about learning to cook in Venezuela.
-----"Wow," said Ramos. "I got to hear a story about Slayer, and a story about cooking. This is a great night!"
-----And it was.
Much thanks to Niklas, Tsvati, Anais, & Lara for the place to stay in Tbilisi!
... over after I took it off the belt while I was trying to gather everything up. Nick quickly righted it before I got a chance to do it myself.
Once we got on the new bus, Nick gave us the low down on our itinerary and some things we needed to know about Azerbaijan. I do have to send my Armenian things by mail, or else could have problems with Azerbaijan. So be it. I now have all - I hope - that stuff separated out. Now all I need to do ...
... kittens and cats with the odd dog or puppy thrown in for good measure. Always humming she seems happy enough, even when it rained she was curled up smiling with a wee ginger kitten tucked under her chin. That's one thing that definitely stood out though, the amount of beggars. You couldn't walk 10m without passing someone - old, young, women, men, nicely dress or wearing tatty clothes. The number was immense but at least you ...