The Georgian Chronicles: Part I
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- Lights, Camera, Action 19 hours ago I love going to the movies. I’m pretty sure I watch too many. But going to the cinema is a cathartic experience for me. In last two years when I visited Tbilisi, I always pasted the cinema on one of the most trafficked avenues, Rustaveli. But all of the advertisements for the movies are in […]
- Non-Georgian Food 19 hours ago Occasionally I get hungry for non-Georgian food. There are some very deceptive advertisements here. Walking past a restaurant, I am always fooled by the pictures of hamburgers or a hotdogs in the window. I stop and think for a long second, “This is not real. They don’t REALLY make hamburgers...
- Sameba Cathedral 19 hours ago Some Georgian friends took me on a walk in a section of Tbilisi called Avlabari. Avlabari is where Sameba Cathedral is located. I had gone to the cathedral before, but I didn’t know it contained other hidden gems. This time I was shown the side chapels and also we went down under the main church....
- Skool Daze 1 week ago I was asked a while ago by a cousin of one of my students from Oz, if I could come and speak to her University class. Yes Please!!! We finally got the timing right and I went in to speak this past Friday. The school was Ilia State University and the class was a tourism class. […]
- Uplistsikhe 1 week ago Last weekend, I was able to take a day trip to Uplistsikhe, cave city near the city Gori. Uplistsikhe, is an ancient town which played a significant role in Georgian History for over 3,000 years. Between the 6th century BC and 11th century AD, Uplistsikhe was one of the most important political,...
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