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... and the girl is apparently best friends with the sister of one of the band members. Unfortunately, Chris never attended the wedding, since the day trip to Lake Sevan took much longer than expected.
It seems that Chris is a master of randomness, which is quite evident from his past few days in Armenia. In some ways, all these random connections and instances of shrinking the World seem quite bizarre, though they aren't ...
... in some ways but so foreign in others. I think I was ignorant as to what to expect, but I did not expect such amazing alpine scenery, such an interesting capital, and the obvious gap between the haves and have nots, especially between Tbilisi and the rural areas. It will be interesting to see where Georgia goes in the future.
We are back here for 4 more days after Armenia, as we can't cross directly from Armenia to Azerbaijan due to historic ...
... ran around Camel Guy's feet. Another shaggy white goat, and some sheep, hid in the shade of a forest.
-----Walker's eyes widened, as he looked at me with the smirk of a kid who'd found treasure.
-----And then, we saw the camel.
-----Laying on her stomach, the camel and her Mt. Ararat-shaped hump were still taller than me. Her stubby, brown fur looked like chocolate shavings. She stood up when Walker and I came to meet her, and her hump was ...
... of two sons - the other got a monastery in the next village south of this one. First we had lunch on the grounds. I spread out my table cloth this time and Emma and I ate our left-over breakfast and some things from my stockpile of food. The walnut bread had gotten a bit stale so this was going to be the last time to eat it and away it will have to go. I was confused by what we were doing next so I went around taking photos until 2 pm when I ...
... the west to have been an unnecessary provocation, Georgia invaded South Ossetia. Russia responded by invading Georgia and got within 50 km or so of Tbilisi before the EU facilitated a cease fire. Fittingly Gori, Stalin’s home town, around 90 km from Tbilisi was occupied and badly damaged. The war (started by Russia according to the version told us by our local guide) resulted in the displacement of thousands more Georgians. Along the road from Tbilisi-Gori road ...