Hotel Villa Mtiebi
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... heads in the background.
Now that is another fun thing to met on a narrow mountain
pass road, a large mob of sheep or herd of cows. One shepherd got quite upset at us coming
along while his sheep were crossing the road, yet most were very friendly and
gave us a wave. One cow herder even
asked us the time in very good English.
On our return trip over this pass the fog again engulfed us
as we passed over the top and in a couple ...
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... were probably laughing and mimicking our confusion for days afterward.
The bus drove through a tunnel that was over a mile long. Armine told us to notice the landscape before and after. It was very striking: before the tunnel there were high hills or mountains but basically brown and after the tunnel there were many more trees and lots of greenery. The area that we entered was called the Armenian Alps. There were quite a few ...
... there were a lot of people there enjoying their weekend. I walked for a good two hours down the beach till the end and then swam for awhile and walked back to where I started. After my walk I ate some tasty lunch and spent the rest of the day and evening at the Renaissance Hotel listening to the audio book and messing around on the internet. It was around 1030pm when I decided to get up and leave. I walked slowly back to my hotel and stopped to eat a shwarma on the way.
... had a fire ring of sorts along with some dry branches collected from the forest. The women set out the blankets and laid out all the fruits and vegetables. When Geula asked about helping with the meat, she was reminded that men were in charge of this task, as this is the tradition in Georgia. Everything related to shopping for meat, finding wood and starting a fire, getting the meat ready for shish-kebab and coking the ...