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November 28, 2002
|One main route runs across central Georgia. We backtracked across it on a lollygag route that led through villages and suburbs; our driver socialized with police at checkpoints, he's a sly one who asked for double fare from us. The scenery made dramatic changes from the coast: subtropical lush hills leveled into grassland and then changed again into barren mountain landscapes. In central Georgia, heading south to the Armenian border, we needed 2 hours to travel 30 kilometers as our public bus detoured to drop off an old lady with her goat and take on a truckload of lumber.|
Runway models of the local fashion show.
Alkhalsitke's public bus turns into a lumber delivery service on the last run.