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... further on than the crypts at
Mutso. If you want to continue on from
there then it’s time to get the hiking boots out and the wet weather gear on.
We returned back over the pass without any problems and near
Kosha met a group of 4 Israelis who were hitching. Being fully loaded as we are we didn’t have
room to take them and they still had about 3 k’s to go to the nearest
village. With very little around in the
... chap from Berlin, he had hooked up a day trip with Nare's group. How random is that?
Perhaps even more random is how Chris even ended up in Yerevan - while staying at a hostel in Tbilisi, one morning he was chatting with a couple of Armenians who were heading back to Yerevan, and they asked him if he wanted a ride there. Chris had ten minutes to decide, and quickly packed up his things and hopped into their car, which is how ...
... does not understand English, since Alya is Russian we had no problems, but writing down where you want to go and some necessary instructions in Georgian or Russian language is a good idea. Food The most famous and by far my favourite Georgian dish is the Katchapuri, bread filled with cheese and two eggs and then baked in a wood fire oven. This can be found everywhere in Georgia, but Batumi is famous for this dish. Erkan, our couch surfing host took us for Katchapuri for ...
... br> -----Camel Guy sat on a fallen tree. Resting beside him was an old gypsy wagon, so heavy it looked like it'd be difficult for even a camel to pull it.
-----The fallen tree and its branches enclosed a kind of "living room" for Camel Guy. The contents of his wagon lay around him. A rusty, portable stove. Unwashed pots and tea-kettles, which the animals drank from and knocked over. Clothes and blankets, hung to dry.
... it reminded him of Bariloche in Argentina and I agreed that the buildings were reminiscent of Bariloche but whereas Bariloche was bustling - this was not. And it brought back my feeling that a lot of what we have seen of the Armenian private buildings are drab and not particularly appealing. These were actually nice but lots of others are not so nice. The public buildings and monasteries, however, are usually very nicely done and have flowers and ...