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... the way have small holdings with vegetable patches and many also had piles of peat blocks.
Again, it is quite stark the difference between the haves (driving their BMW cars in the towns) and the have nots in the rural areas. It seems Georgia is not exempt.
The border crossing into Armenia was fairly quick and painless, in stark contrast to our previous one. The border officials on both sides were very pleasant.
It is evident to see ...
OK I will attempt to construct a thought stream for this morning: great sleep; vivid, crazy dreams; drain during the night; a rainy night in Georgia; all the cows grazing at night at the bush camp had gone; early arrival in Kutaisi; walking with Yan and having a series of excellent, meaningful conversations; crossing the Ruoni River; people queuing up en mass outside a bank; a huge roundabout with no roundabout or islands (only road markings) rough abandoned buildings in the ...
My goodness. What a difference a day makes. Yesterday morning, we were ascending the Sumela monastery. Shaz was celebrating her triumph if getting up there.
Then disaster stuck. Right on the border, Shaz told me she could not find her passport. I had seen it out a couple of times and am now kicking myself for not telling her to put it in the safe.
We searched high and low but to no avail. It truly was a nightmare. This made the border crossing ...
... sat for a while enjoying the peace and solitude as well as the wonderful way the sun rising changed the colours in the surrounding mountains.
Time passed quickly and soon it was time to leave. The supposed walk "down" (3 kilometres) was in fact an ascent for some of the way. Well done Shaz and Jean getting up and down too on foot.
The views on the way down were even more stunning. As the road crossed over the river, you could see lovely waterfalls and the views of ...
... the cut off towards Ishan (about 25 km) from Yusefeli. We had come all the way to Yusufeli because it was the nearest hotel. The drive and town were interesting.
1st Stop, 9th Century Ishan Monastery
Still riding through gorgeous mountain scenery. The overcast weather prevented us from getting the full dimensional feel. Pictures turned out rather flat ...