Holiday Inn Tbilisi
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After four days in the high-mountain wonderland, we had to leave for the big city and our flight home. Overall, we found Georgia to be a really worthwhile country for a visit. The history is heartbreaking, but fascinating. They are a resilient people who struck us as salt-of-the-earth hard workers with big hearts, if sometimes disguised under an …
... In addition to a brown beard and short hair, he had one long braid of hair that began near his ear. He held his lip in a way that made him look like he was chewing tobacco. He'd been raised by his parents on a hippy commune. I hung out with him a lot in Tbilisi. If he coudl've carried my bags for me as a donkey could, he would've been the ideal companion.
He told me lots of stories.
He'd recently lived ...
... the best. Hmmm, I thought that Islam did not allow representations of people, but I did think that Iran was predominately Muslim by the 18th C. Have to check that out.
From the museum, Emma and I walked back to the hotel. It wasn't too bad a walk but Emma set a fast pace. That in itself should be a good thing! It was definitely a good thing that Emma had a good concept of the way since I was not so good with my sense of direction. I ...
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Nous avons eu le plaisir d'avoir eu beaucoup de visiteurs, dont nos amis Momente, ma maman, ma frangine et son fiancé Philipp ainsi que nos amis les Chollets de passage a Tbilisi! voici qq photos de ces dernières semaines.
Nous avons à présent 2 rendez-vous de service en persan par mois et ces rdv sont très bien soutenus par nos jeunes soeurs qui sont très motivées pour ce champs. Il y a aussi 2 réunions par mois ...
... than Central Asian citizens. I hopped up in my top bunk and fell asleep for a good part of the morning. We got to the border of Kazakhstan sometime in the middle of the day. The process for immigration took a few hours and I had to talk to a couple of immigration officers on the train. My passport was collected and handed back a couple of times before we finally made it out of Uzbekistan and thru Kazakhstan customs. The rest of the train ride consisted of me reading and ...