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... it had managed to stop
before toppling into the stream and seemed little damaged. No idea if or how they would ever be able to
When we got to the top of this Abano pass, 2860m, we stopped
for my lot to have a bite to eat. Within
a couple of minutes the fog had closed in and we could barely see more than a
few metres. We all had a rest for about
3 hours while the fog swirled about us and the wind tried to blow us ...
... the good stuff we'd been drinking over the past few days.
It was vulture **** light, tasting exactly like that bottle of Pheasant's Tears, but at only about 2%of the intensity - in a pinch, downing a whole glass was doable, perhaps even two. However, we were in a spot of trouble today, as the tamada, the traditional Georgian toast master, dictates whatever the party does. Traditionally, the tamada controls all toasts at the table, ...
... people) being caught smuggling drugs but also episodes of kidnappings, etc. Movies we watched: Easy A, disappointing, "Exotica", a dud, turned it off after suffering through one hour, and "Master" - same, couldn't make it past 30 minutes.
Where to after Georgia?
We are spending our time seriously brainstorming travel options for the next 6 months or so. So far, we have thrown these ideas in the hat:
... of images and feelings, and I really enjoyed it.
-----Ramos loved cooking. So, for my last story, I read, "Buy Now! World's Best Arepas", a 2003 comedy about learning to cook in Venezuela.
-----"Wow," said Ramos. "I got to hear a story about Slayer, and a story about cooking. This is a great night!"
-----And it was.
Much thanks to Niklas, Tsvati, Anais, & Lara for the place to stay in Tbilisi!
... sharing her Chacha (a pomace brandy) wit us. It's my second today, the first one I had this morning when we had tea with an Egypt-Syrian couple and an Iraqian writer and philosopher (who challenged us to reactivate our knowledge about Nietsche, Kant and others...and the Chacha wasn't ...