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 ...
After another Georgian feast last night, a lot of the group decided to go out on the town, we ended up in a place called Safe, which was the most weird and pretentious place I have been in for a long time! People who were too cool for school sitting round a central round bar listening to a DJ who just played music rather than mixing it. There were some creepy older guys in there too. We stayed for one drink and then went to move on, but due to ...
... days in Yerevan.
So far we have had absolutely gorgeous weather since I joined the Explore tour. Hope it stays. A comment about the Ethnographic Street - I thought it was a lovely spot with its wooden chalet-type buildings but it was kind of sad that there were so few artisans there - there are probably a lot more during the peak season. Yet, the place had an artificial feel that I don't even usually get in most touristy places. ...
... we passed with much smaller scale minarets jutting up out of the center like rockets ready for launch.
2nd Leg to Akhaltsikhe by Car
At the Ardahan station, no one spoke a word of anything except Turkish. We were pointed to one office where we were told there are no direct buses to Tbilisi. The ticket guy sold us tickets for the daily 10:30 bus to Akhaltsikhe, and a ticket for a Marshrutka from there for the 4 hour ride ...
... 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 ...