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... I picked up from Tbilisi was a local sim card. Pay-as-you-go plans are ridiculously cheap here - for about £7 I was able to get unlimited texts and minutes with 6GB of data on top. When you consider that the country also has an exceptionally good 4G coverage, this gives you almost unlimited fast internet access almost everywhere. The three main companies are Magti, Beeline and another that I can't remember - I don't think it makes much difference who you go with.
... Tourists [at least us] did not have to have our bags xrayed so no worries about the gin. I said 'Aleko', seeing a chap standing nearby with an Explore shirt.
We have a large bus so lots of room to spread out but dumb WW and Chompers sit right behind us. Aleko handed out water and maps. His set dinner option at $15 US was accepted by only six. He gave some info on the flag, the coat of arms and political issues ie Armenia is more in the Soviet sphere ...
Although not actually raining when we left Tbilisi it was
still very threatening. We managed to
get in a couple of visits to more Monasteries before the heavens opened and
nearly drowned us. The rain was so heavy
that D gave up trying to drive in it and pulled off the road and had a sleep
while the heaviest rained itself out.
Jvari monastery is another one that sits on a high point
over looking a confluence of ...
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... We went to a nearby store for some groceries for dinner and ate in. I finished a good deal of my accumulated food and decided the goat cheese I brought from home had to go....with a little help from Emma - she convinced me it couldn't be good because of the bacteria puffing up the plastic it was wrapped in. I tried to pack up my stuff as much as possible for tomorrow and started this blog directly on the blog site. Hope it works when I try to save it