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... place with a very small frontage, adorned with scaffolding, wooden pallets and piles of blocks and tiles. Yes, we chose a hotel that is under massive remont at the moment! Interestingly, our 'Superior' room looks straight out of one of the ground floor windows into a huge wooden structure protecting the panes of glass. On the other side is the Presidential Palace, but we can't see it. For 2 nights only...but the room itself is actually quite spacious and the host is very helpful. In ...
... met a
mini bus coming the other way. We all
help our breath, even me.
We timed it just right to see yet another wedding. It was being celebrated as we entered the
church so we joined the crowd of onlookers.
Can’t say the happy couple took a great deal of effort with their
outfits, though to be fair it may have cost them all they had. He wore an average dark gray jacket and an
ordinary pair of light gray trousers, casual ...
... Square. So many women with their veils on their heads were praying and lighting candles.
Just before reaching Avlabari Square, I saw something incredible. It was the half remaining ruins of a church with a huge crack down the centre of it.
Slowly and in the shade, I headed up the hill to the impressive gold roofed Samela cathedral. From here I headed down old back streets towards the east bank of the Mtkvari River. ...
... the end, that proved to be complicated and his income didn't qualify him for a permanent residence permit. Next, he went to Germany and was able to get residency permit but decided not to stay there and went to Portugal They agreed to accept his application to transfer his German resident permit to Portugal. He loves the climate and people he has met there. And he sounds soooo enthused, we have to go and check it out.
One problem ...
The story of my voyage to Armenia, which was in itself an interruption of a three-month stay in Turkey, would now be interrupted. I ... - don't interrupt me - ... wanted to bring you a recent story from the distant land of Michigan. It had been told to me by my mom:
One day, my dad went over to my grandparents' house. My dad was a nice man, but a bit forgetful at times. And very bald. He told his parents he'd ...