Ancient Shatili

Tbilisi Calling

Summer is flying by! I can hardly believe August is already here. I started the year with a list of places we still need to go, since we expect to be back in the U.S. by early next summer, and we’ve been miserable about checking them off. Work, visitors, Sunday evening plans with friends, or just being tired have prevented us from going on some of the overnight trips on our list. So when I woke up two weeks ago on Saturday morning, I said no more — time to head off somewhere! (Well, to be specific, it wasn’t right after I woke up… more like after we slept in, woke up, made waffles, drank some coffee, and had a blissfully lazy Saturday morning.) High on our list for a while has been Shatili, a remote mountain village on the border to Chechnya. The tiny twelfth-century village was built of…

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