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... A couple of nice young girls admired me and that quickly cheered me up and we got photographed together.
Driving back over a pass we’d crossed about 2 weeks ago L saw the lovely mosaic of autumn colours she is so fond of. It was really lovely on the northern side, the southern side is a little behind. We passed through the southern suburbs of Tbilisi and headed off in a westerly direction on a very good minor road. Much of the way ...
... never more stark than in a street just before Republic Square.
Single storey stone houses share a street with huge, modern, multi storey buildings.
At the end of this particular street was a bulldozer amongst huge pile of rubble; immediately opposite a large area of steel rods and foundations (see photographs).
The old making way for the new. I try and avoid judgement. The people here may very ...
... up on the outskirts of town, it must be a major employer in the town. We finally got off that bloody bus just before 21:00, thank God. I had given up on meeting with the girls so was heading out with Roupen, Hrary and Avak for dinner. As it was I met the girls on my way back to the hostel to drop stuff off but they weren't having a big one anyway, so get to the restaurant for ...
... July 8th, it was announced that the remaining Armenian women and young girls should marry Muslims. Jacobson wrote: "The Kurds already take whatever girls they want."
-----She wrote, ten days later, that Turks took the Armenians' possessions when they were told to leave, before they'd even left.
-----On July 24th, it was announced that any Turk found hiding an Armenian would be hung and his house burned. All houses would be searched.
... decided to take the shuttle into the city center and try a museum. I thought I would start with the Parajanov. Only thing was that there was no shuttle - it was the city buses that the receptionist had referred to. So, I was game to try the local bus. I went down the hill and looked for a bus stop. There were none marked, but I saw one of the 2 buses that I should have taken go by. A lady got off another bus, so I went to stand there. Finally a number 27 came and ...