It’s been almost a week since we got back from Caucasus. A week in Warsaw, full of nice meetings, riding a bike in heat and the car in traffic and pouring rain, full of work and catching up, full of Maks being happy that he got his toys, cars, jigsaw puzzles, playgrounds and little fun
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We’re here! 🙂 We’re already after our first day in Georgia. A day full of Georgian delicacies, wine, walks around Tbilisi and loooong talks since AGAIN, we met some friends in Georgia. I don’t know how it happens, this place must be magical somehow: last year it was an accidental meeting at the airport in
Let the countdown begin! 3 days from here, we’ll be struggling to zip up filled up suitcases and then speeding to catch the plane that will take us as far as Georgian Kutaisi! From there, we plan to go exploring both Georgia that we fell in love during the long May weekend last year and
Georgia with a child. Again I heard stuff like: “You must be crazy!” (my friend), “Have you read about Georgia and thought about this trip?” (my mom), “Isn’t it dangerous out there?” (somebody)… We already visited Istanbul, Mexico, Thailand and lots of other, less exotic places, so why not go to Georgia? If we can’t
Cuisine in Georgia? Delicious, served in abundance, quite simple and rather cheap. The portions are enormous, although not expensive, therefore after almost each lunch or dinner you’re left with a few pieces of khachapuri bread to take home with you. What is an absolute culinary must in Tbilisi, Batumi and the Caucasus Mountains? Well, there is
Hello there! Today we’re reporting from far away – from Tbilisi, Georgia. We already spent 5 days in Georgia, visited Kutaisi, highland Mestia and the coast of the Black Sea with Batumi that you may remember from the famous Polish song. What are our first impressions? Georgia is beautiful, khatchapuri is delicious but the roads