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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 ...
... down an entire glass - with any other of the smooth, drinkable Georgian wines we've had so far, that would've been entirely possible, but not with a glass of vulture **** light!
Even though we had all had our fill of vulture ****, we still needed to follow the tamada's final instruction - top up all our glasses and down it in one shot, for the final toast. Ugh ... not so easy, but we all managed to do so without gagging, too ...
... museum. So, Armenians could decorate it however they wanted.
I began on my way to Turkey. In order to get from the world's first Christian country, Armenia, to Turkey, the country I was supposed to be staying three months in, I had to go through the world's second Christian country. Georgia. Hadn't I spent enough time there already?
Yes. But, at least I wasn't stuck there indefinitely.
This time, ...
... 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. ...
... activities or play-dates. We saw an older woman on the second floor standing on the balcony; she was looking at us as we looked at her. Michael encouraged Geula to tell her that she lived here at a kid. With some hesitation, Geula decided to tell her without any confidence that this woman may possibly care or know Geula’s family. To everyone’s surprise, she responded “Geulachaka?”, as she remembered ...