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Trip Report Chronicles from the Caucasus

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Tomorrow I head out on my next trip: Georgia, Armenia, Syria, Lebanon and Jordan. I’m stopping briefly in New York and Istanbul, before the trip really starts at Batumi on Georgia’s Black Sea coast on Tuesday.

In the past, I’ve sent trip reports to an email list run from my website, and recently I’ve posted here as well. But now I’ve moved (belatedly) into the new millennium and set up a blog and a Twitter account. There’s some pre-trip stuff on the blog, and I’ll try to keep it up-to-date, but since I’m traveling with a very small “internet tablet” tweeting (I think the verb should be twittering, but too late now) will be easier.

There’s so little interest in the Caucasus on Fodors that I’m not planning to also post here for Georgia and Armenia, so for the few who may be interested, here are the addresses:

mytimetotravel.wordpress.com
mytimetotravel at Twitter

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