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... at the top of the ridge and looked over the edge at a vast
barren plain spread out below, that is in Azerbaijan. It is a part of that country that is
separated from the bigger portion by Georgia and Armenia. We saw some other visitors and found we
were all looking for the caves of this Udabno monastery. One of the others asked a border guard about
the caves and was told that we couldn’t visit them at this time because of the very
... know people who have done house sitting arranged over the internet.
An amazing house / pet sit opportunity caught our eye through housecarers.com......on Greek Ionian Island for 3 or 4 months. We became members ($50 per year). Sadly, while we were trying to learn how we could get a visa to allow Dave to stay beyond 90 days, the home owner selected other house sitters. It was very competitive so we ...
... s living room. Her white-haired father, Tariel, appeared. He shared his name with the hero of Georgia's most famous piece of literature, "A Knight in Panther Skin", by the 12th century poet, Rustaveli.
Kate told me proudly, her father had been an actor. He used to act in the theatre I'd seen this morning, and in bigger towns. Now, he mostly took care of his vineyards. He was a bit sick. But, he broke his ...
... br> La première assemblée en persan a eu lieu à Erevan en Armenie il y a 15 jours. Beaucoup d'iraniens sont venus d'iran pour y assister.
La semaine dernièr je suis allé faire l'étude à une dame iranienne qui a un restaurant et plusieurs employés georgiens. Puisque je la visite parfois meme 2 fois par semaines, je me suis toujours demandé si ses employés allaient lui dire qqch sur les Tj, puisque c'est souvent le cas, et ce n'est en ...
... is paid for. So we went out to the market right by his house and he bought me some food for the next couple of days. We got some bread, eggs, ramen noodles, water, mayo, and cheese. Yerlan cooked me up some food before he left to break the fast for Ramadan that night. At around midnight when Yerlan came back from praying he picked me up and we went to the Ak Keme cafe to hang out with his friends for a couple hours till about 3am.
On Tuesday Yerlan had the day off. ...