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... wearing shorts. He is pounced on by a aggressive young monk who looks like Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's younger brother. Seconds later "Old Boy" is admonished for taking an illicit photo of the interior of this crumbling pile of bricks by the same ISIS style storm trooper. He looks bewildered.... It is now time to introduce other members of our group. Let's start with the "Retired Intellectuals". They are into historic gardens of the world and are lovely but spend ...
... 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 ...
... I haven't really even had the chance to see Tbilisi in the daylight yet!
Rather than suffer through a cramped and non air-conditioned marshrutka for six hours, the more common form of local transport, I managed to book a relatively expensive ride in a private shuttle offered by a local tour agency. I figured it was worth the extra cash to have an air-conditioned ride, and also the door-to-door service. Plus, in theory it ...
... 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 ...
... lot and only saw an empty bus. Then I peeked around another car and saw another bus and Armine and others waving at me. Steve said I was 1 minute late. Oh, oh.
A side comment. I don't know if I have mentioned how timely this group is. I have joked that being on time for this group means that you have to be at least 10 minutes early. We had that one incident over lunch in Yerevan the first day and then it seems everyone is always ...