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... However, it has huge character........we have three nights to explore this labyrinth of cobbled streets,orthodox churches and fantastic markets. Mild consternation as I discover our supply of Ukranian Wheat Vodka has been gently haemorrhaging into a dark blue pair of M & S underpants in my suitcase......I am not sure what has come off worse......... GROUP UPDATE Trouble strikes early this morning when one male group member is "ejected" from a ...
... it had managed to stop
before toppling into the stream and seemed little damaged. No idea if or how they would ever be able to
When we got to the top of this Abano pass, 2860m, we stopped
for my lot to have a bite to eat. Within
a couple of minutes the fog had closed in and we could barely see more than a
few metres. We all had a rest for about
3 hours while the fog swirled about us and the wind tried to blow us ...
... while traveling. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to participate in most of it, but it does give me great satisfaction that I played some small role in it all.
But perhaps one day I'll be a part of some more randomness - one of the Iranian ladies offered me her email address, should I ever make my way to Iran and find myself in need of some information or tips. It's what us backpackers do - shrinking the World, one connection at a ...
... was able to speak for long periods of time without listening. Maybe he did this because he was lonely? Or maybe he was lonely BECAUSE he did this? Or maybe he did this because he knew Walker and I were just going to ask him something stupid, like, "Does our donkey need a passport?"
-----So, we learned a lot about Camel Guy. That was good.
-----His name was Goran. He was a white-skinned gypsy from Switzerland.
-----He'd set out on his ...
... were supposed to meet for our explanation. Of note in this place for me was the refrectory, or dining hall. I don't think I saw any before in any of the monasteries we visited. (Yes, there was one somewhere - maybe Tatev.) There were even mill stones. Oh, and I think I actually saw a monk, or priest, here. Most of these monasteries are not functioning as monasteries any more. When it was 2 pm, I looked for the group but couldn't see them. I went to ...