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... met a
mini bus coming the other way. We all
help our breath, even me.
We timed it just right to see yet another wedding. It was being celebrated as we entered the
church so we joined the crowd of onlookers.
Can’t say the happy couple took a great deal of effort with their
outfits, though to be fair it may have cost them all they had. He wore an average dark gray jacket and an
ordinary pair of light gray trousers, casual ...
... We visited on a Sunday, and were honored to be allowed inside during the Georgian Orthodox service. There were many men in military uniform as maybe an honor ceremony to service members (it is really quite hard to know what is going on when everything is in Georgian). Jackie felt pretty out of place--all women entering churches in Georgia wear skirts and head scarves, and she was in tourist garb. This became quite a theme ...
... with the badly broken road behind us now.
After Semyonovka we started to climb back up into the hills on our way to the Georgian border. We passed through a long tunnel and emerged onto a steep mountain descent into Dilijan which was almost as good as any Alpine road. We certainly enjoyed the run down into town, it being a welcome break from the poor roads of the last two days. A ...
... this was one of the poshest of the cafe/bar areas. I really liked the architecture of the old buildings. Nick has a very fast walking pace so I had to work to keep up with him and our group - there are no slouches here. After visiting this area I think we headed up to the (Narikhala) fortress. From there we had a view of the Peace Bridge and some of the other prominent buildings - old and new. We could see the huge cathedral with golden domes ...
... neighborhoods with crumbling old and refurbished old buildings. We went almost as far up as the radio tower, quite a climb. Back down, we came out on Rastaveli, the main street with stately buildings and trendy shops and restaurants.
We found Prospero's Bookstore hidden down small alley. I had emailed from Istanbul about a Lonely Planet guidebook for Georgia. They were out of stock then and were still out of stock. We decided ...