The Georgian Chronicles: Part I
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- Easter Pt. II 1 day ago Easter morning for breakfast, we had the much talked about paska cake for breakfast. We also had regular chocolate cake. Also on the table were the Red Easter eggs! And I guess for kicks and a precursor for the day’s events- red wine. With the eggs, we each held one and tried to break the […]
- Shemokmedi Monastery 3 days ago A while ago, I presented a PowerPoint on ‘Historical Sites in Guria’. In researching, I found out that one of the most important monasteries in Guria was in a village near Ozurgeti. So this weekend, I thought I would take a trip up to see it. It was indeed a short marshrutka ride to the […]
- Easter 4 days ago My host father is very religious. He doesn’t go to church very often. But he faithfully observes religious dietary habits and quietly crosses himself at religious times. And he keeps the television on all day on religious days to check up on the Patriarch of Georgian Orthodoxy. This week, he...
- The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe 5 days ago If you have been following my blog since the beginning, you might remember our orientation meeting place, the Bazaleti Palace Hotel. Being there for the first week with the others of group #43 who were experiencing and learning this country with me left it engraved on my brain with all of the...
- Take It From The Top 2 weeks ago Several months ago, my director informed us that we would be having what I interpreted as a day where other education officials and teachers from the town can come and observe our classes at our school. At the very same time, he expressed a desire for me to dance in said observation. Now, although...
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