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... it was stretched and stuck to the vertical oven wall where it cooked until done. Then they used a scraper to loosen the bread from the wall and a hook to spear the bread so it did not fall into the hot coals below. See our pictures. Then Flo also made a local sweet which starts with walnuts in a string .... which are dipped into kind of a paste made of reduced grape juice and flour. See the picture on this. Then we ate the bread, along ...
... smart ones, she wore a bright pink scarf, imitation
leather jacket,black, not new, black skirt knee length with black patterned
tights and reasonably nice black boots, again not new.
The ceremony in this Eastern orthodox church involves the
priest at one point placing a crown on each ones head then after much more
reading of the script the attendants, one man, one woman, left the crown, the
priest anoints their heads or does something ...
... here, you feel the people are happy to host you in their country. Tbilisi is a very beautiful city, and it was significantly renewed during the last few years: many old buildings were restored, and new modern constructions were build, e.g. the Glass Bridge. All this looks nice with the surrounding mountains and the Kura river.
It seems the country is going up in its development. The goverment has succeeded in reducing the corruption and the crime level, so today Georgia is one ...
... Uplitsikhe meaning "the lord's fortress" an ancient rock/cave town complex and Ananuri a castle complex on the banks of the Aragyi river. We only stayed overnight in three towns other than Tbilisi; Stephansmida, Batumi and a small settlement on the border with Turkey. From Ananuri we hitch hiked to Stephansminda (formerly Kazbegi) in the greater Caucaus mountains, two cars stopped to pick us up, two Russian speaking friends from Armenia driving in convoy, we were split ...
... the lesson that we were given when making them, which was to bite a little hole, drain the liquid (stock) then eat the rest, but I bottled it and used my knife and fork. We got through one before a lovely couple on the table next to us leaned over and very smilingly gave us a quick lesson on dumpling eating and reassured us that eating with our fingers in a restaurant was ok. It was really very sweet of them, and when we did as we were instructed, ...