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... but only hiking and horse riding trails cross them.
As we climbed higher and higher over this pass we had to
contend with some large army or works trucks coming the other way. Often the only places where the road was wide
enough to pass was on the mostly steep hair pin bends and it was a case of
shuffling past each other in such places.
The few Georgian and Russian cars we passed didn’t seem to think that it
was plausible to ...
... much so, that we never looked for any Georgian wine, ever again. That bottle of wine remained a mystery for a long time, as we were never sure if it was truly indicative of what Georgian wines had to offer. After a few days in Georgia that involved some substantial wine drinking, it became clear that the bottle of Pheasant's Tears was an aberration, surely corked. But that all changed today ...
Another day staying at the Envoy ...
... best and predisposed to be gracious, kind and helpful. Maria and Anna are the assistants who kept the place clean and took care of us too but we were always happier when Nino was on duty.
Alegra and Ryan
We had the fun company of Alegra and Ryan (staying in the small room on our floor). He is from Nova Scotia, Canada, she from Ohio, USA. They met a year and half ago in Ecuador where she was teaching English and he ...
... t," he said. "If there is one, I'd like to meet him."
On our way back to town, Walker told me maybe he could watch Chichy for the camel guy, while Camel Guy went to Russia to get a male camel. And then, maybe he could take Walker to Kazakhstan?
-----It seemed like a good idea.
-----The way Walker and I lived isolated us a bit from society. Walker - the hippy child - hadn't even spoken on a phone in years! But, at least we weren't ...
... kittens and cats with the odd dog or puppy thrown in for good measure. Always humming she seems happy enough, even when it rained she was curled up smiling with a wee ginger kitten tucked under her chin. That's one thing that definitely stood out though, the amount of beggars. You couldn't walk 10m without passing someone - old, young, women, men, nicely dress or wearing tatty clothes. The number was immense but at least you ...