Tag Archives: Georgia

Tusheti

Last summer I had an amazing solo weekend to the remote Tusheti region in the northeast, bordering to Dagestan (Russia). First up through the 2927m Koja pass and then down winding roads on the other side. These roads open at … Continue reading

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Tabatskuri

Soon my time in Georgia is coming to an end. I had never been here before but truely took this beautiful country and its people to my heart. Wow, what a beautiful place! I want to share some of the … Continue reading

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Supra – the Georgian feast

The Supra – the Georgian feast – is at the heart of Georgian culture. Georgians will find any reason to set up a Supra. For instance, when I found my first appartment here and when I had bought a car, … Continue reading

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A couple of words on the account of a historic shift of power

The city was buzzling with energy the days leading up to the parliamentary elections. September was very hectic. Workers were working day and night – even until midnight on sundays – obviously in order to finish various projects by election … Continue reading

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one year in geogia

Today, a year ago, I landed in Georgia in the whee hours of the morning. Drove into Tbilisi, for the first time encountering the crazy sparkling TV-tower and the beautifully lit up Narikala fortress above the old town. An exiting … Continue reading

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During the weekends I leave the city

Yes, when time allows, I head for the country side. In this pressing summer heat, the mountains provide me with the fresh air that I so long for. A couple of weekends ago I escaped to the remote Tusheti region. … Continue reading

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Georgia is blossoming

This winter was harsh. Twice as long as usual. But all of a sudden, as if the Almighty turned a switch, spring came. Georgia is blossoming! Georgians and Ossetians are celebrating Easter today which is one of the main holidays. … Continue reading

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