Hotel Dzveli Ubani
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Bumps. Gravel. Pot holes. Broken roads. You get my meaning.
Our GPs route for this morning was charged with taking us up along the eastern side of Lake Sevan, but every way we tried was track. And bad track at that. Eventually though we got it sorted and found the main road which wasn't along the lake at all at least initially but a kilometre inland.
We were steaming along nicely until ...
... of images and feelings, and I really enjoyed it.
-----Ramos loved cooking. So, for my last story, I read, "Buy Now! World's Best Arepas", a 2003 comedy about learning to cook in Venezuela.
-----"Wow," said Ramos. "I got to hear a story about Slayer, and a story about cooking. This is a great night!"
-----And it was.
Much thanks to Niklas, Tsvati, Anais, & Lara for the place to stay in Tbilisi!
... with potato salad, roll, cold cuts, piece of tomato and a piece of cake with a glowing satin topping. I managed to fall asleep. All that in an hour. I asked questions at the tourist info a few times, got some money - I had forgotten the exchange rate so had to go back to an exchange to find out the rate - and then got a taxi to my new hotel since I wanted to be in a different part of Tbilisi - closer to the center of the old town. ...
... statue of Stalin. Gori was occupied during the 2008 Russian invasion and according to our guide, was badly damaged at that time. She points out shrapnel and bullet holes in the post-office and a couple of other buildings, but the town is so run-down that I’m left with the feeling that the Russian invasion is a rather convenient excuse.
The main reason we’re in Gori is to visit the Stalin Museum, easy to find on Stalin Avenue! Construction of the museum ...
... also messing with the lifeboats for some reason and seemed to not be able to figure something out. After that I decided to head to my cabin and make some ramen noodles. A little later Julian told me that the police had come on the boat and fined the crew for something. Saying it wasnt up to code or something like that. We still hadnt left yet and we had no idea why. Something didnt seem right. One of the crew that spoke english gave us back our passports and then later with ...