Bath District, Tbilisi
Eastern Orthodox religion is widely observed in Georgia; this guest house had a typical display of icons
Crew from our second full day–with Daria and her Donkey Express tour
Bingo the dog at Baia’s
Grapes waiting to be pressed at Baia’s Wine in Village Obcha Meore, Imereti Region
A slow, but very beautiful journey via horseback up to Gergeti Cathedral
Georgian flag in Batumi
During supra number two, with Natia and her family
With Natia and her children
Village Kazbegi (Stepantsminda)
After supra number one, with Natia and more of her family
More grapes being delivered at Baia’s
Paul and Beka at his Vellino wine cellar
Waiting for BBQ at Vakirelebi wine cellar
Typical soviet-era apartment building
Rooms Hotel, Kazbegi
During grape harvest at Baia’s wine
Our host’s home in Sarmoni
Outdoor area in parking lot of our rental
The ubiquitous bread oven
Rebecca making moves in the market
We’ve said to several of our family members and also our new Georgian acquaintances: We’ll have to be careful to not compare the next places we go to Georgia because it has been such a wonderful country to begin our travels in. Can anything top it?
Vacations and travel are never perfect of course. As travelers, Rebecca and I aren’t immune to the shitty and/or tedious things we all encounter in day-to-day living. We’ve already had plenty of afternoons lounging around with a little bit of cabin fever. We’ve dealt with colds. Taxi drivers occasionally try to rip us off. And so on. But there were so many positives during our time in this small country–we’ll let the image gallery do the talking. Here is a link to the above images plus about 70 more.
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