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Chapter 11

Chapter 11

As soon as we managed to get our passports back and with our Azerbaijan visas finally secured, we headed south. Until the day we reached the Armenian borders, all I knew about the country was that it carries a lot of psychological baggage from a traumatic 20th century...
Georgia 3, 6-2014

Georgia 3, 6-2014

Certainly one of the more pleasant things about driving into Georgia was that it is a Christian nation. We were no longer woken up before sunrise by amplified loudspeakers throughout town calling us to prayer. In fact, driving by villages there were often one or more...
Bogota

Bogota

We left Salento at 8 am on Monday morning and glad to say the small road back to the highway was empty, remember this is the road that took over an hour to do two miles on Friday, we had good directions from Edward from the Plantation hostel (well recommended if you...
Oh Buga !

Oh Buga !

Heading South from Cocora to Popayan we stopped off at Armenia to visit a big shopping centre. The interesting thing here was that in the middle of the food court a church service was being held with a big attendance – the food court was full and people were watching...