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... a man with the white hair of a bald eagle with nothing on top, a sharp nose, a happy sily smile and big clear eyes, and a strong body with a big gut. He was our most important person, Nodari Lazishvili.
-----"He'd been seven years old in 1941, when the Soviets joined World War II and his dad was sent to fight. In 1944, Nodari's father was captured by Germans. He was released in 1945, but was immediately imprisoned by Stalin for ten years for ...
Left the hotel with a vicious hangover for the journey to Batumi, journey uneventful, I'd booked a hotel with a pool as I'd planned to chill for a few days. It was a dump.......
Went into Batumi to eat, bumped into a bunch of Turkish motorcyclists, we had a chat then went on our ways. ten minutes later they ...
... the two days I stayed in her yard, she made lentil soup, spicy plates of enormous green beans, and feta cheese pasta for me and her son.
-----Twenty-year-old Hakan lived next door. This bushy brown-haired kid with black beard patches led me in search of a bookstore. We passed through the narrow, old streets of Hopa. Mens' barbershops and dirt and hotels and kebab shops and men playing backgammon surrounded us. I liked it here. We found a book ...
... than two hours we decided to go on to Diklo, which we reached in another hour. Diklo is a lovely little village, with a beautiful fortress a little north of it with great views of the mountain range. In the village, we managed to buy some bread, tomatoes and milk for the evening, since we wanted to camp.
We had already spotted a nice spot next to a river between Shenako and Omalo, from where we could easily get back to Omalo the next morning. We were fully prepared ...
... a popular holiday destination. While the beach here is pebbly, the semi-tropical climate and warm waters makes it possible to swim here even in November! A mile long park fronts the main beach. A well maintained promenade lined with palm trees, bicycle paths and shaded trails frequently punctuated by cafes and beach bars makes it inviting to residents and visitors alike. The promenade is illuminated at night and hotels and other large buildings in the area are bathed ...
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