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leads the procession of these 4 people, bride and groom, each with an attendant
behind holding the crown over the respective head, around the altar 3 times.
After that a bit more is read, the crowns removed and the ceremony over. Two priests are involved, or at least they
were here, but not at the bit we saw of the ceremony the other day.
This 14th century church is quite small, what with the
wedding party ...
... in Tbilisi with lots of daylight left, I still didn't really get to see the place with light still out!
The first order of business was checking in and basking in the room's air conditioning, with a short nap thrown in for good measure. With this heat in the Caucasus, an afternoon siesta is a absolute must, and is actually required for safety reasons. Seriously, the threat of heat exhaustion here is very high if you try and ...
... when he was seven. He brought a small bag with him, in which he'd packed dozens of pairs of socks. The police would find him wandering around on his own, and they looked through his bag. They asked: "Why all the socks?" He said, "I'm going on a long trip. My road is very long. And that's why I need so many socks."
-----During his young adulthood, Goran came across a middle-aged American man. This man was a street performer who could play any ...
... over after I took it off the belt while I was trying to gather everything up. Nick quickly righted it before I got a chance to do it myself.
Once we got on the new bus, Nick gave us the low down on our itinerary and some things we needed to know about Azerbaijan. I do have to send my Armenian things by mail, or else could have problems with Azerbaijan. So be it. I now have all - I hope - that stuff separated out. Now all I need to do ...
... waiting to depart for 1 1/2 hours so no, we didn't see the funny side. Securing far better seats on the journey back we were able to marvel at the scenery flying by, all of which we had missed on the journey up due to not being able to see out of the windows. The rugged beauty was breathtaking. Huge arid mountains rose up from the valley with zipper like seams occasionally splitting them apart to allow the ...