Hotel Dzveli Ubani
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... and wine!
Next stop was a very new and modern winery that exports all around the world. See pictures of our two favorite labels below. We had a literal feast for dinner.
Then er driove back to Tbilisi to hear a talk from a man who is walking around as much of the world as he can in eight years. 52 years old, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist being sponsored by the National Geographic. He has been arrested 42 times ...
... 8217;t really see, then
leads the procession of these 4 people, bride and groom, each with an attendant
behind holding the crown over the respective head, around the altar 3 times.
After that a bit more is read, the crowns removed and the ceremony over. Two priests are involved, or at least they
were here, but not at the bit we saw of the ceremony the other day.
This 14th century church is quite small, what with the
wedding party ...
... safest country. You can walk around at any time, even at night, that is pleasantly because it's very hot during the day (more than 40C).
However, there are many beggars on the streets. The underground passes are really dirty. So there are areas for improvements.
Yesterday we visited Mtskheta, the old Georgian capital city. No doubt, they have impressive long history.
- We have stayed in Tbilisi for 5 days, and walked around all the places of interest in the city, tried ...
... the one guy was lucky to get Alya a pretty girl and good conversation, in our car me and my good Samaritan attempted hand signals for a minute or two after which the driver realized his bad luck and turned up the radio. The drive was truly amazing, endless green; it looked like you could just walk over the grass covered mountains with no trees or bushes in the way. The average annual temperature is only 4.9C and it was a chilli trek up the mountain for about an hour to ...
... 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 ...