The Georgian Chronicles: Part I
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- First Night 22 hours ago Slept in the new host home last night. Their rooms are on the back side of the apartment facing the courtyard. Mine is on the street side. It’s been a long time since I slept in a city. It’s totally different than Ozurgeti, of course. There I am jarred awake by roosters, dogs in the […]
- City Love 23 hours ago TLG made a policy that we could not be hosted in the cities of Tbilisi or Batumi. The demand was too great and they wanted to spread us throughout the country. But they decided to make an exception in my case. (My host family in Mtskheta bailed on my, for goodness sakes!) I still would […]
- In Which Sanchezi Returns To Sakartvelo 1 day ago Flights were fine and painless. Waiting for my flight to Istanbul in JFK, I overheard people speaking Georgian. It was a funny feeling. I had not heard it spoken for 2 months. I gorged myself on in-flight movies and Turkish wine. To add insult to injury, up until the morning of my flight, I had...
- What Had Happened Was (or better know as) The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves 1 day ago So I had to stay in the States for an additional 33 days. And that’s not an easy thing to do on the salary of a Georgian teacher. Thankfully I had the support of family and friends. My original goal was to work the first part of the summer in Ozurgeti, come to the States […]
- Time In 1 day ago I only blog about experiences outside of the States. But I just wanted to say, I had the best time with friends and family. They are so supportive and fabulous to me. Sometimes I stand amazed and perplexed about how I came to be so fortunate and why they still chose to have me in […]
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