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Tbilisi - Good for your blood

May 19th 2016
<em style="mso-bidi-font-style: normal;">Day 118 Sunday 15th May 2016 – Aktau to Tbilisi Just about leapt out of bed this morning in anticipation of leaving Kazakhstan and moving onto Georgia. Breakfast at the hotel was the usual rubbish so we just settled for a cup of coffee and tea. On checking out “chuckles” was so excited to see us go that she even bro ... read more
Asia » Georgia » Tbilisi District

Georgian Flag The region of present-day Georgia contained the ancient kingdoms of Colchis and Kartli-Iberia. The area came under Roman influence in the first centuries AD and Christianity became the state religion in the 330s. Domination by Persians, Arabs, and Tu... ... read more
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20th May 2016

Good for your spirit, bad for your liver!
I'd say that Georgian breakfast did you well--brilliant blog from the religious nuts on parade to Mother Georgia with her cup of wine to Shelley's salad of chips. Unbelievable that the flights were so booked that you had to undergo an all-day slog in what should have been 50 minutes! Who'd have thought there were so many people lining up for those sauna flights? On the other hand, congrats on getting yourselves into a fine, albeit rainy, city. And I'd savor that cheesy pide in a heartbeat (or heart stop)--yum!
20th May 2016

Anyone for cheese?
Glad to hear I have a cheesy soulmate, Shelley just looked like I was some sort of cheese swamp monster while I devoured it. Of all the countries we have visited so far we can honestly say that alcohol fuels this country- hope our livers survive. At the moment we absolutely love Georgia.

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