The caravan was carrying humanitarian aid, Russian authorities said.
According to CNN, he even used police escorts to usher his caravan between strip clubs this week.
A caravan of trams stuck in the middle of the medieval city waited in line for the protest to end.
This was how Alex and I came to be flying through raptors in a 10-seater Cessna 208 caravan one late September morning.
They may try to jump on the bandwagon but this is not their caravan.
According to the usage of the country, the travellers returned immediately to the caravan which served as custom-house.
At an angle calculated to intercept the caravan, Kingozi set off down the hill.
He was left, at his own request, on a little stream, while the caravan passed on some six miles further to camp.
This was our caravan, and God Almighty had created the elephant for us.
This had grown a strange thought, so long had the caravan been to him a house of warmth and plenty.
1580s, from Middle French caravane, from Old French carvane, carevane "caravan" (13c.), or Medieval Latin caravana, picked up during the Crusades from Persian karwan "group of desert travelers" (which Klein connects to Sanskrit karabhah "camel"). Used in English for "vehicle" 17c., especially for a covered cart. Hence, in modern British use (from 1930s), often a rough equivalent of the U.S. mobile home.