Eteri, a poor but generous woman in Tskhinvali - "The people are incredibly hospitable. They have come through a war but will share everything they have. I was talking to a lady, about 80. She was by coincidence Georgian, who married an Ossetian a long time ago, in a village near Tskhinvali. And a year ago, the Georgians destroyed her house and blew up her only cow, and her pigs. But they let grandma live. So this Georgian grandmother lives in a tent. I asked her why she didn't get another cow and she said she didn't have the money. She still lives in a tent, a year after the war. But that's not the point. The point is that when I was about to leave, she said: 'Wait! Wait!' And she brought out wine and some fruit...She had nothing and I'd come to bother her with my questions. And she brought out her bag with three liters of wine and two kilos of fruit."