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... workmanship of many of the ‘alpine’ hotels leaves a little to be
desired. It would probably be a much
cheaper option for the ski enthusiast than most of western Europe and it does
offer heli skiing too.
Pulling up in the square in Kazbegi we were swamped with
people touting for the various guest houses.
We disappointed the lot of them as we didn’t want a guest house, and
especially not before lunch time. ...
... had an amazing time at Lake Sevan. He even thanked me for the hookup, especially since the group had told him that they felt like they had won the lottery, having the honour of Chris joining them for that day.
I enquired about a wedding that Chris had also been randomly invited to the other night, by a girl that was part of our group at Republic Square. Turns out that it was the wedding of a member of a famous ...
... us. Possibly the first really friendly Georgians we have come across. They also fed the mother cat who was looking after two kittens. That made them alright in our books.
It was a really enjoyable day, and nice not to be part of a group tour for a change, but nice to bump into Lorri, Cal and Keith throughout the day. Tomorrow we are leaving Tbilisi for a bush camp before heading to Armenia.
So far, Georgia has been a really eye opening ...
... br> -----Camel Guy sat on a fallen tree. Resting beside him was an old gypsy wagon, so heavy it looked like it'd be difficult for even a camel to pull it.
-----The fallen tree and its branches enclosed a kind of "living room" for Camel Guy. The contents of his wagon lay around him. A rusty, portable stove. Unwashed pots and tea-kettles, which the animals drank from and knocked over. Clothes and blankets, hung to dry.
... were supposed to meet for our explanation. Of note in this place for me was the refrectory, or dining hall. I don't think I saw any before in any of the monasteries we visited. (Yes, there was one somewhere - maybe Tatev.) There were even mill stones. Oh, and I think I actually saw a monk, or priest, here. Most of these monasteries are not functioning as monasteries any more. When it was 2 pm, I looked for the group but couldn't see them. I went to ...