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... in Armenia. The people are very devout and the churches play a big role in their lives. Most of the historical site have a religious connection. Their unique alphabet was created to allow translation of the Bible. The overriding theme is how Christianity came to Georgia. In the Armenia story all but one of the nuns that had come to Armenia except one was put to death. The one that escaped came to Georgia with some traders. Her name was Nino and she is responsible ...
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 ...
... t quite break even with the Museum Pass, it was still worthwhile because I could skip the ticket line at busy attractions, which was anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes at the more popular ones. Also, at Aya Sofya, I was able to skip the entrance line and jump to the front of the security checkpoint queue. Unfortunately, at Topkapi the entrance and security lineups are combined into one, so there was no further advantage gained today. The ...
... repositioning cruise from Barcelona to San Paulo, Brazil (one-way) that sounds interesting. It takes 18 days, with five stops along the way, on Royal Caribbean's Splendour of the Sea’s, a 4-Star liner and is reduced to below $600 per person, plus tips - a steal.
We would have to add some swanky items to our meager wardrobe!! In the end we decided that this is not the time to head back to the Americas.
2) Walking ...
... land more intimately. Walker Stephens from Seattle figured that, if he traveled across Kazakhstan with a donkey, it would provide him with a new adventure. He was attempting to travel around the world without flying.
I'd met him a week earlier, when I checked into the hostel he was working in and paid for housing for the first time this year.
He - with his size, mannerisms, and appearance - reminded me of ...