Tag Archives: Caucuses
Mount Ararat is an almost mystical place that you hear about as a child for being the final resting place of Noah’s Ark once the flood waters had subsided. This rather grainy photo was taken from the train as we approached Armenian capital Yerevan shortly after sunrise following a long overnight journey from Batumi in […]
Signagi is situated in the Georgian wine growing region of Kakheti in the shadow of the Caucus Mountains. In the 18th Century a 4km wall was built to protect against potential invaders and my picture shows a part of that wall that is still intact.
My last trip outside of Europe was to Azerbaijan in late 2019. When and where will the next one be?
I visited St Nina’s (The Enlightener of Georgia) Monastery in 2015 on a day trip out of Tbilisi.
Azerbaijan was my last destination outside of Europe in October 2019. Like most people I long to travel again but I’m biding my time. In the meantime, it is Monday Morning Blues time again so here is a picture to remind me of that 2019 trip and hopefully help to brighten up your morning just […]
Continuing my October 2019 trip to the Caucuses……. Baku Before my visit there were just a few facts that I knew about to Azerbaijan capital – its situation on the Caspian Sea and the iconic Flame Towers, a symbol of the nation’s status as a country rich in fossil fuels and the birthplace of Zoroastrianism. […]