Hotel Gtm Kapan
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... insight into your native land.
A simple truth - a traveler has many more of these types of interactions as a backpacker, as by nature, this style of travel is more conducive to meeting others. Case in point was the other day in Yerevan, touring the Ararat Brandy Company. In most other countries, a brandy factory isn't the typical domain of backpackers, but being a relatively-affordable country where it seems that backpackers ...
... loons sound like obviously, but Emma thought the sounds were gulls. Not totally believing her (gulls seemed too prosaic), I checked with Peter who I think I heard say he was into birds. He verified what Emma said.
Emma and I went off in search of breakfast at the hotel restaurant building - neither of us entirely sure of the directions. Emma remembered more than I (this seems a recurring theme) but we went so far and were uncertain so we ...
... the fragrance of lavender floated in the air. When we got booted off the sturdy swing set in the playground, a local guy came to talk with us. He pointed to the impressive looking building on the bluff and said "That is the Palace. Our president lives there. And there" he pointed across the river behind the citadel, “is where the prime minister lives. They hate each other. The PM wants to tear down the Peace Bridge and this new ...