Hotel Villa Mtiebi
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... br> beginning to get a bit jaded with churches and monasteries and they still have
several more that are ‘must sees’ in this small country. It got a bit that way with Serbia a few years
ago and Greece too.
We are now heading up the Military road into the mountains
towards Kazbegi near the Russian border and presently camping beside a
particularly swift flowing muddy looking stream. One can only hope it’s not going to ...
... he filtered it through a dirty gym sock. For good measure, he then passed it through the jock strap of a 350 pound NFL offensive lineman who had worn it for an entire season that included a run to the Super Bowl, to ensure the wine was as odoriferous as can be, and then allowed it to ferment inside of a Soviet-era prison toilet bowl.
Our first experience with Georgian wine left a bad taste in my mouth, both literally and ...
... camel and wagon around in.
-----He left us to tie up a goat that had gotten into his food.
-----Walker said to me, "Well, that was kind of anti-climatic. We spend five hours talking to him about walking with animals, and then he says, 'Yeah, sometimes I take a truck."
-----When Goran came back, I asked him if he'd ever heard of another guy who traveled with camels.
-----His tone changed from a lecturing tone to a meditative one. "No, ...
... etc all very good, they just lacked atmosphere and people. At most places, if not all, we were the only ones in there. Amongst all the beggars, for which there are many, Cat Woman definitely stood out and that wasn't just because of the funky odour emanating as you walked past. Having made her home on two sides of the cobbled street which connects the two bar/restaurant areas in Old Town she appears to merrily spend her day cuddling ...
... Carolina, Washington DC, New York, Virginia, and Las Vegas. I asked them how they knew I was American, and Yerlan said that it was strange to see people sitting on the ground eating and from my clothes and my appearance of course. They were very friendly and we talked for about ten mintues about things in the USA and here in Aktau. They werent actually from Aktau, but from Shymkent which was the first city I went in Kazakhstan a couple weeks back. It was also Ramadan and they were ...