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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 ...
... I haven't really even had the chance to see Tbilisi in the daylight yet!
Rather than suffer through a cramped and non air-conditioned marshrutka for six hours, the more common form of local transport, I managed to book a relatively expensive ride in a private shuttle offered by a local tour agency. I figured it was worth the extra cash to have an air-conditioned ride, and also the door-to-door service. Plus, in theory it ...
... tree branches to eat. We watched as a wandering puppy nearly got stepped on by the camel.
-----We finally sat down, to hear Camel Guy's wisdom. He said:
-----"Answers you seek, huh? Donkey traveling to do you'd like? An easy path you have chosen it is not."
-----Just kidding. He didn't talk like Yoda. And Walker's name wasn't "Skywalker", it was Walker.
-----Camel Guy spoke English with some difficulty and a French accent. ...
... the appointed time.
Next stop was the border. I tried to arrange all of my straggling belongings so I could carry them across the border. I put almost everything into the red tote and the day pack. I had my trekking pole because it won't collapse. I emptied the two opened wine bottles into empty water bottles and gave the cherry wine to the bus driver. I was now ready to cross the border. Getting the Armenian stamp was relatively easy. ...
... Both times half the bus was full of them along with the bar in the evening. Nice bunch although each time they've boarded the mini bus, put their stuff on a seat and walked off. Sure, they tell you the bus is going to leave at say 11:00 but in reality what that means is - if its not full, we won't leave. If it is full we will leave x minutes early. No no no my friend that doesn't appear to comprehend with our ...