#9 Kaleidoscope with a spin

    It was during the hot August '14. A dry day. No clouds. Just blue sky everywhere. A dreadful scenery for photographers. But what can you do about it? Sometimes you are forced to do it. You have to take some pictures that may appear dull. Perhaps you don't have the time to return… Continue reading #9 Kaleidoscope with a spin

BITS OF GEORGIA AND ARMENIA (PART IV)

Day 3. On our way to Yerevan, capital city of Armenia. The night train trip itself was such a great experience that a blog post is not enough, and it's something that my English can't express that well. Now in a group of five, we are experiencing how all the travelling should be. People from different… Continue reading BITS OF GEORGIA AND ARMENIA (PART IV)

Bits of Georgia and Armenia (Part III)

Day 2. If in our first day we went into the Eastern part of the city, today we decided to go in the opposite direction, in the Western part, where the Railway Station is. According to the map, there were plenty of things to see here.   Actually, if I take a look at the map… Continue reading Bits of Georgia and Armenia (Part III)

Bits of Georgia & Armenia (Part II)

Now, after writing about how I was played by a cabbie, and some other details about food, transportation, language, etc., about Georgia now I will continue with a more subjective approach to this travel. Neither I or John had any home-made plans for the trip and throughout the trip, even if we tried to plan ahead, we… Continue reading Bits of Georgia & Armenia (Part II)