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... the view, we trekked back to town and went to a few little shops, one of which sold handmade paper. The shop owner insisted on showing us how he makes the paper, which was super interesting. He made and pressed a sheet right in front of us, and he even showed us how the old ink stamp worked! It was so cool that we gave in and bought a few little cards!
By this point, sunset was approaching again so we went in search of a ...
... incorporated into the present church. Three times the Ottomans sacked the monastery in the 15th and 16th c. One funny moment during the monk's talk is he pulled out a cell/mobile phone re a call.
There was a bit of rain on leaving. Catwoman did not want to get wet so others undoubtedly joined her. The Canuck braved the non-typhoon conditions, yet again being held up by geezery attitudes. Ralph actually came to the bus to collect rain gear; come on, ...
... of the fastest border crossings I have ever experienced. We were in and out and back on the road in no time. I got back to Tbilisi and navigated my way to the hostel, by walking 2km, hopping on a subway, walking another while and making it successfully to the hostel called Tbilisi Rooms. I pressed the button on the door and waited for the elevator to come down to pick me up. A girl named Nino picked me up and we headed upstairs on the old clanky elevator. I got a nice large ...
... set on a lake with the same name. Quite big ( 30km long ). Mountains all around it with snow on them. A bit like Queestown.
Walked up the hill to the old part of the town. Historic churches and a fort. Nice wander and nice views. Buildings not spectacular - just old.
New part of the town just a shopping street that and a shopping market. Lots of wedding ...
... and hope they wouldn't smell anything. I messed around for a while whilst simultaneously trying to keep an eye on my pasta which was still happily boiling away. Typically my Leatherman was on the other side of the door so all I had to work with was a pan handle and a cooking spatula and a blunt knife. Luckily after about 10 minutes of mild panicking and strong to severe swearing I managed to get the door handle half on which gave enough purchase to open the door. It made me remember ...