Longer updates to come, just trying to use some bandwith at the Peace Corps office, where I don't have to pay per megabyte. The pictures below are of Tbilisi, Georgia, where three other volunteers and I just returned from a five-day vacation. On the first day, we stumbled upon the Georgian Orthodox Church's Christmas celebration/parade, which was conveniently and confusedly one day after the Armenian Orthodox Church's Jan. 6 celebration (don't quote me on the specifics; my investigative journalism is shabby at best when dealing with hand motions and charades for language).
American politics is always international. Shirt reads: "Axis of Taxes"
And, that’s all for now. I’m tired and about to catch a marshutni back to Martuni to go get some sleep: we are fresh off of the night train where there was a stewardess who could best be described as someone you would find leading chain-gangs. I’m pretty sure I duplicated some of the pictures in there and left others out. My bad.
Oh, and Maureen- ask and you shall receive.