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... considered quite the honour and is almost a sacred duty.
The tamada not only gives the toasts, but any others wishing to propose a toast must first obtain his permission. Georgian toasts are usually long, eloquent affairs, and have been known to take up to 30 minutes - luckily for us, our tamada was selected from our tour group, and his toasts were fairly short and sweet. Normally, each toast is not accompanied by a sip of wine, but ...
... the "Dragoman training" which involves amongst many other things to learn to take the motors of the trucks completely apart and then reconstruct them; we are hoping for no breakdowns, but they have to be prepared for the worst happening in the middle of a desert!
Bob and I flew down from Istanbul to join the group along with 3 other people in the capital city of Tbilisi. This morning we had a conducted ...
... was high, and people were having a hard time financially.
Then we traveled farther north to Dilijan where we went to the Ethnographic Street where there were some craft shops and interesting buildings with wooden balconies that were traditional for this part of Armenia - even though most of the houses and shops didn't look quite so spiffy. This Ethnographic Street was funded by an Armenian billionaire from the diaspora and he also ...
... the front zipper which allows me to open it up like a suitcase. It is made solidly, has many compression straps, has 2 pleated side pockets, a front zippered space and it is waterproof.
1st Leg to Ardahan by Dolmus
The guy at the Kars bus ticket office remembered us and told us again we would need to get ticket for direct dolmus to Tbilisi in Ardahan (in 1.5 hrs).
The driver drove like a maniac. I loved the ...
... actually they were vicious murders that have been heralded as heroes. After talking with this guy, a few other younger guys came up to me and asked me a bunch of questions with the few english words that they new. I played them a little Bob Marley and we hung out for a bit. I also found out that your supposed to pay money per hour to swim in this pool and I was feeling lucky that I got by without having to pay. Not to press my luck, I decided to leave before any seemed to care that ...