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December 19th, 2006 | categorizilation: all categories,Azerbaijan

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Jolly cold this morning. A mild -9 degrees celcius. Great weather for camping.The last few kms to the Azerbaijan border were fairly straight forward, as was getting out of Azerbaijan. Georgia impresses me with it’s zero tollerance to corruption in the public sector. They have special police at the border whose sole job is to enforce the no bribe policy.

And in no central Asian country would you see a sign like this.

Now that's a sign you don't see in central Asia - Red Bridge, Georgia / 親切な看板(グルジア、レッドブリッジ村)

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Comment by Joeru — January 2, 2007 @ 11:21 pm | post a comment

happy new year Rob! I didn't know Georgia had its own alphabet. It sure fun to catch up on your blog

Comment by Rob Thomson — January 5, 2007 @ 6:22 am | post a comment

Joel, the Georgian language is tough. Lots of consonants strung together. Japanese is much more preferable.

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