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... a short while in a wider sections for a car to
pass, so if we could see that a car was
approaching we would wait in a wider spot until they passed. They certainly wouldn’t have done so. No matter how narrow the road might be they
would try and squeeze past. On such
occasions even I held my breath. We did
see one car that didn’t make it, but fortunate it had gone over the edge where
it was only a few metres to the stream below ...
... flat, it simply kicked our asses today.
As a reward for our punishing hike, there was another delicious home-cooked Georgian spread awaiting us for lunch, at a local woman's home. This time, the strategy was much smarter, as we wouldn't be stuffing ourselves with food and wine before the hike but after! Of course, not all was perfect - while still drinkable, the wine today was a lot more reminiscent of vulture ****, than it ...
... would do their own thing during the day and, several times, we made dinner or they made dinner (Alegra made a killer lentil soup) and we'd talk or watch TV programs or movies together. They got us turned on to the series "Breaking Bad" about a science teacher who found out he has cancer, getting into making crystal meth. I am still not "into it", and don't think I will. I love the "locked up abroad" episodes. True accounts of people (most ...
... us was Ramos, a pony-tailed computer programmer who'd recently gotten divorced. I next read my 2013 story, " A Connection?", about a girl I liked. Ramos applauded it for its honesty. He, himself, had a sincere voice straight from the heart. He asked me, "Don't you love it when you're dancing with a girl, and you can smell her freshly shampooed hair?"
-----Walker read a story about his difficult bike trip over the Balkan Mountains; it was ...
Day 32 C Beautiful Tbilisi. We stroll through the old town, visit the flower and flee market, walk up and down the Rustaveli avenue and enjoy the tasty and diverse Georgian cuisine. We stay in Leila's hostel. Leila is an older very hospitable lady, speaking little English but some German. ...