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... colour of liquid concrete.
In a couple of places they roar through tiny narrow gorges with a
ferocity that photos just can’t capture.
Shatili is only a tiny village, an old village with these
tall, stone, towers all built beside each other so that they look a bit like a
fortress. Most of these towers are
abandoned now in favour of houses in the new village which looks very poor and
ramshackle. There seems to be ...
... Svenborgia, after all!
Any time I taste any less-than-stellar wine, I think back to that mock wine review and try and imagine how Satan's asparagus-saturated urine would taste like, and have another sip of that bad wine to compare. Every time, I'll say to myself "Yeah, maybe this wine isn't so terrible, after all ...", except for one instance quite some time ago, when I first tried a Georgian wine. For a long time, I was hearing ...
... easily teach the dog to jump on the donkey's back, and the bird could do something, and then we'd have a show! Walker and I were unable to interrupt Goran to let him know we didn't plan on becoming street performers.
-----He advised us, if we were thinking about buying donkeys, we should be committed to keeping them their whole lives. Walker agreed.
-----Goran said, he lived his life trying to serve his camels. He'd been traveling with ...
... the special Georgian dumplings the best. We also had the Georgian garlic chicken that Nick said was his favorite dish.
Apparently I didn't get my cameras out again after crossing the border...and I apparently didn't even take any photos during dinner. Oh, well. First day in Georgia and not a single pic of the country. Odd...
Emma is already in bed so I am going to wrap this up now, rather than later, but I might just check the internet quickly
If nothing more the night train from Batumi to Tbilisi was a glorious 7 hour sleep. Even with fellow companions in our cabin, no one snored and a restful sleep was had by all. Arriving in Tbilisi at the bright and breezy hour of 7am we headed straight to our hostel "Art Hostel" and were pleased to discover we were able to check into our private room there and then so did so and slept until noon. Don't believe everything you hear, ...