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... and gawkers like us, 20 people and the place was
packed. There are just a few icons in
this church, no frescos that we could see, mind you, it was fairly dim
Outside the view over Kazbegi was great despite the drizzle
but we couldn’t see much of the mountains.
Didn’t see much point in hanging around so we made our way back down:
When we crossed the Jvari pass again the weather was just a
... and I was particularly susceptible since I was still recovering from when GI Ardia kicked my ass in Yerevan.
By the time I got my ass in gear, most of the afternoon had slipped away, so there was time for little more than some lunch, and a stroll around town. But herein lies the beauty of Tbilisi - it seems like there is always something new to discover, and you are constantly finding new little nooks and crannies to ...
... on his guitar. Not only that, but he had five canaries who could sing to any popular music. They were beautiful little birds. He would pick five people in the crowd - an old woman, a small child, etc. - and each bird would land on one person's shoulder.
-----He began playing guitar. "One," he'd say, pointing to a canary. The bird would sing. "Two," he'd say. The second bird began singing. "Three!" he said. And so on. His street performances ...
... my last bits of Armenian money too. After we settled in at our new hotel in Tbilisi - at the edge of the transition from old to new town - we had a meeting, then a chance to get ready for a group dinner. I couldn't get any money from the ATM in the hotel. We followed Nick to the restaurant - he is a fast walker. The meal was very good - we had 3 cold salads and 3 hot dishes although it seemed like more. Then we had some fruit for dessert. I think ...
... to flow into rivers far below. On looking back on our time in Georgia I believe some of the best things about this beautiful country are the people, wine, cheese and dramatic landscape which I'm sure was just the tip of the iceberg having only ventured as far as Kazbegi. Still, it was enough to sat entranced for three hours with my forehead pressed firmly up against the window of the bus as it weaved along ...