Alkasakhe

I went on a day trip to the neighboring regional center of A, where my host father works, had lunch with two young women from New Zealand (H) and South Africa (B), visited a ruined castle, and then came back at around 3:30 in a marshurka. It was nice. They’re both also working for the police and TLG, and have both been here for around five weeks. A. is somewhat larger and harder to pronounce than Adigeni (since B knows several African languages, she finds Georgian sounds easier to pronounc than most of us). It has a regional and local police office, a number of small shops, a few cafes, a largish semi-enclosed market, the old castle, some churches, and some statues. I don’t know what else there is, since that’s mostly all I saw or those I met mentioned.

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