November 18, 2018

Our next stop in the Caucasus region was Georgia. We hired a taxi that took us right from our apartment in Alaverdi, across the Armenia-Georgia border, and to our apartment in Tbilisi. We stayed just across the river from downtown, on a bustling commercial street. The buildings were beautiful, well-maintained, and we could see why people had said it resembled Europe. We stayed in Tbilisi for 10 days, and that gave us a good am...

November 13, 2018

While trying write a post about our time in Georgia, I quickly realized that I was spending a significant amount time on food, and it wasn’t because I was hungry. One the highlights in Georgia has to be the food. So, I figured that I should really write a separate post about it.

To my pleasant surprise, Georgia became one of our favourite countries for bread. I hadn’t given any thought about what the bread would be like in Ge...

November 9, 2018

One of the most interesting parts of Tbilisi that we visited was the flea market. The flea market is also named the Dry Bridge Market. This is because the market started on a bridge over a river, but the river has now been turned into a road. The flea market began during the Soviet times as a way for locals to make a little extra money. The market operates every day, but it is busier on the weekends.

When we went to the marke...

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