Hotel Villa Mtiebi
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... is much more receptive to the Russians and for Some reason the old President has left the country and now lives in the Ukraine where he has been elected Governor of one of their provinces.
We had wonderful food there. The Georgian pizzas were not as good to our taste as Armenian. They also have lots of lamb and meat dishes and grilled meats and vegetables. The Georgian wines are famous and grown in several regions but much of it near the Black Sea coast. ...
... 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 ...
... with icons providing the decoration. Must remember to carry a headscarf as all the ladies cover their heads in church.
Walked back along the river which fairly races along heading fast of the Black Sea.
No Easter Eggs not even in the chocolate shops!
Monday morning and it is time for a guided walking tour of the old city. Nice slow pace and loads of step but plenty of interesting sites to ...
... And in this way, he and his funny bike reached Asia with a police escort.
He abandoned the bike in Istanbul. He hitchhiked to Georgia - the country.
He met a couple who were bicycling from England to Australia. He wanted to join them. He calculated he would have enough money to make it to East Asia, only if no unexpected problems occurred. He needed more money. He went to the casino in Batumi, ...
... in my bed. I ate dinner in Beyeneu which was the last major city before we entered the emptiness of the desert in between Aktau. I slept thru most of the night and this made the ride go very quickly. Quite the contrast of the train rides in China when I only had an upright seat to sit in during the entire night. We choo chooed into the station at around 8am and I found a taxi to take me to my hotel in Aktau. I had made it to the Caspian Sea, my last destination in the Stan ...