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... when he crosses contested borders. Fascinating. Also, before dinner, we saw some young people do some traditional dances in Georgian costume to Georgian music. We could see and hear the influences from both the Caucusas and from Russia. The people here look like Northern Iowa farmers and Georgia is a Christian country ... and very devout, based on what we saw on the streets and reports of strong, regular church attendance.
so presumably not all the animals are moved south.
Beyond Shatili are some stone crypts that were used in
medieval times of plague. It’s told that
people who were ill with the plague would come out here and entre a crypt and
wait to die. There are still heaps of
human bones visible in these crypts and they gave L the heebies. She wouldn’t even let me go near to have my
The road ends about ...
... common than the typical big bus type of tourist, you'll see some of us at what are traditionally considered to be higher-end attractions.
There was a rather diverse group on the tour, including three ladies from Iran, a group of four that included a couple living in Toronto but originally hailing from Paris and Yerevan, an Armenian now calling London home, and a Londoner who is volunteering in Armenia. I should also ...
... to ask for directions. There were two men in the hotel lobby and I tried to speak Russian - they answered me in Russian and probably because they saw the puzzled expressions on our faces, they led us most of the way there. It turned out to be the red building, but somehow it was much closer than we expected.
We got to breakfast later than the others - they teased us for being late - and we couldn't find plates for our breakfast. It ...
... and museum" motioning to the interesting glass tube like buildings appearing to grow out of the cliff-side below the palace. It is not completed and who knows when it will be. "Nothing is being done to better the life of the people of Georgia. I cannot find a job, my parents are dead and I live at the monastery". He learned his English at the monastery. We figured him to be in his 40's.
After the Soviet bloc crumbled, ...