Hotel Dzveli Ubani
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... wind was just about blowing us off the ridge. It seems that the Georgia/Azerbaijan border
is really just below the caves that face out over that plain we could all see. Never-the-less we enjoyed the view then made
our way back down to the car and D much quicker than we had come up.
Back in Tbilisi we are now staying at a Hostel in the city
centre. The passports were collected
complete with Azerbaijan visas and we all took the funicular up ...
... know if we would have gotten it even if the visa wasn't an issue.
The house sitting possibilities were endless and we were gung ho. As members, we receive new house/pet sitting adverts on daily basis. Our passports expire in 2014 and that might create a hurdle soon. Often, countries will not grant a visa without 6-months validity left on your passport.
Then we found an interesting 3 month stint in Charente, France. We'll ...
... and drank some vodka with me and Kate. He enjoyed having an American guest for lunch. And I enjoyed the time I could spend with him and Kate.
Georgia was less made-up than Armenia, less rich than Turkey, less ambitious than both. It was laidback, lazy, and unpretentious - my kind of country.
A Georgian friend of mine, Mariko Bughadze, discussed ambition with me recently. She said some of her countrymen ...
... positif. On s'est préparé pour l'étude quand tout à coup, une des serveuses vient vers nous en montrant les brochures. Elle va chercher son sac à main et en sort les derniers periodiques en georgien et nous regarde avec un grand sourir! SI j'ai bien compris ;) elle assiste au réunions. Donc au lieu de la décourager, elles vont surement s'encourager ensemble !!!!
Juste à l'instant, alors que j'écris ce blog, Tristan vient de recevoir un ...
... to go pick up my visa, and he had the company car available, so we hopped in Camry and headed to the embassy. The guy at the embassy told me I had to pay for the visa at a bank in a different district. The funny thing is that in order to pay for my visa, I would need to use a local Kazakhs Id to do so. Luckily, Yerlan was with me and we went to the bank and he used his id and everything went smoothly. The embassy has a strange practice in place, and for some reason they ...