Hotel Gtm Kapan
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... up here because we did see an electric light on in one or two
houses. There is one small hotel that looks as though it has only a couple of
rooms for guests.
This is quite a poor area, because of its altitude the
cattle and sheep are only up here for the summer and will shortly be moved to
lower pastures on the south side of the pass.
There seems to be mostly old people living in the few houses that are
occupied. We did see ...
... to have been on this tour, as the guide told me that that I was the first born and bred Canadian she had ever hosted on one of her tours!
I've found Armenians to be quite friendly so far, so it wasn't surprising that only minutes after meeting Nare, the Armenian girl living in London, she extended an invitation tomorrow to visit her uncle's honey farm and then spend the day at Lake Sevan. Normally, I'd be all over such ...
... to make your stay more comfortable, they even share their personal stash of wine and good coffee. There is a nice kitchen and washing machine and doing your own laundry and cooking makes it a lot cheaper. Dorm - $8 per night, double room $27 per night Stephansmida – home stay double room - $20 per night Batumi – couch surfing (free) Transport We went to Mskheta, Uplitsikhe and Ananuri from the bus station in Tbilisi by marshurtka for about $1. The bus station can ...
... secrets to the mysteries, that could enable young Walker to travel around the world without flying with a donkey.
-----Camel Guy was residing in Tbilisi's hippodrome - an open area with a grassy track for horses to run around, hills, and pine forest.
-----We'd heard that Camel Guy traveled with a camel. We'd even seen Camel Guy. Standing in the busy town of Tbilisi, without his camel, he'd invited us to visit him. He wore: a white goatee, ...
... area, the farmers grew mostly potatoes, cabbages, carrots and other root crops. Their farms had a certain tidiness to them I thought. There was a lot more Armine told us but I am having trouble remembering all - or most - of it. I do remember that she said that this area is not so far from Yerevan if you take a more direct route than we did and that people in Yerevan dream about having a detached house in this area to go to in order to escape the ...