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... very suddenly the fog cleared so we headed
off down the northern side. Later when
we camped in a valley in this region we had frost on the ground in the morning.
For those so inclined there is some really good hiking in
this region. It is beginning to be
developed too, with a couple of hotels in the small villages. There is also a park ranger station that we
passed and a visitor centre though, as we didn’t go in there we ...
... 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 ...
... us. Possibly the first really friendly Georgians we have come across. They also fed the mother cat who was looking after two kittens. That made them alright in our books.
It was a really enjoyable day, and nice not to be part of a group tour for a change, but nice to bump into Lorri, Cal and Keith throughout the day. Tomorrow we are leaving Tbilisi for a bush camp before heading to Armenia.
So far, Georgia has been a really eye opening ...
... 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 ...
... a hotel even farther up the road. I think Armine said that he owned the best chain of hotels in Armenia.
We passed several villages, two of which were settled by Russian Old Believers who had been deported in the 1860's I think. Armine said they were very hard working and often spurned modern communications and TV - like the Amish in the US. Even though this area was known to have a generally warmer climate than the Lake Sevan ...