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 ...
... Georgian driver - David Kapanadze - told me how his country came to adopt Christianity.
In 337 A.D., Queen Nona was a Christian. But, the Georgian king, Mirian, was still pagan. Nona was trying to convince her husband to convert.
One day, a solar eclipse occurred. Mirian was terrified. Where had the sun gone! He prayed to his gods. The sun didn't appear. He took his wife's advice and prayed to the Christian ...
... Yerlan contacted me early in the afternoon ,and came to pick me up at my hotel. We went to go check out the place where he worked. We went to their office and there they had a massive pile of scrap metal. It was as big as a mountain, and Yerlan said it was worth a whole bunch of money. We drove around to a few different work sites for a couple hours and also went to the market to buy a lock for one of the gates for security. After a bit Yerlan dropped me back off at my hotel. ...
... Prime minister and richest citizen. Ivanisvilli apparently amassed his fortune by leveraging his connections and illicitly gobbling up State-owned mining and metal businesses during the privatization era. The outlandish display of opulence is troubling in a state with a per-capita income of less than $5,000 per annum.
· Tbilisi Sea – It was getting very hot in Tbilisi and we decide to go somewhere to cool off. ...
... work in buildings with an intercom, which is rare here. We saw some young boys outside and asked them whether they lived in these buildings so that they could open the door for us, but no. so we rang a few bells and no one. Just as we were about to go, one of those boys, a bit chubby, comes right at us, and says " they dont want to let you in, ha? well let me worry about it", after that he went back a bit facing the door, rounded up his back, gained momentum ...