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... br> beginning to get a bit jaded with churches and monasteries and they still have
several more that are ‘must sees’ in this small country. It got a bit that way with Serbia a few years
ago and Greece too.
We are now heading up the Military road into the mountains
towards Kazbegi near the Russian border and presently camping beside a
particularly swift flowing muddy looking stream. One can only hope it’s not going to ...
... 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 ...
... capital city I have been in where the sound of cockerel crow is heard along side the tooting of car horns.
There is a lot of building work going on in the newer areas, some which are ultra modern and others which are reproductions of older styles, and it lots like they are doing a good job!
For lunch we had Georgian dumplings, I really wanted to try commercial ones. We ordered both "mountain" style and "Georgian" style. When they arrived, ...
... secrets to the mysteries, that could enable young Walker to travel around the world without flying with a donkey.
-----Camel Guy was residing in Tbilisi's hippodrome - an open area with a grassy track for horses to run around, hills, and pine forest.
-----We'd heard that Camel Guy traveled with a camel. We'd even seen Camel Guy. Standing in the busy town of Tbilisi, without his camel, he'd invited us to visit him. He wore: a white goatee, ...
... or homes with little windows cut into them. There were also train cars converted into living quarters or shops or something. Yes, this was definitely a very scenic place and I never imagined Armenia to have all these wild and woolly gorges with white water rivers. Not sure how many of them could be used for white water rafting though...sometimes it looks as if there are more rocks than water.
So, back to the monastery. This one was given ...