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Monthly Archives: June 2011
Liga Festival Its been a week of celebrations here in Latvia, firstly my stepmum Maira had her name’s day on Monday, then on Thursday it was Liga’s names day, and on Friday it was Janis’s names day. Liga is one … Continue reading
vardzia, a set on Flickr.
IMG_0358, a photo by arrancat on Flickr.
Public School Number 56 Paliashvili Street Vake Tbilisi Dear Sir or Madam, My name is Sarah Weldon, and I am teaching English at Public School Number 56, in Vake, as part of the ‘Teach and Learn in Georgia’ project (http://www.tlg.gov.ge/). … Continue reading
Mtsvane Monasteri (Green Monastery)., a set on Flickr.
Nope, not the band…..the actual day! Sorry to disappoint you!! So, it was a super early start, went to bed at 3am after a trip to the Elvis Cafe for a late-ish midnight snack, (caesar salad and milkshake….they do lovely … Continue reading
Georgia Really is a Small Country I have been travelling around Georgia quite a lot the past few weeks, and I am suddenly starting to feel that I need more space and unfamiliarity. Georgia is tiny, with just 3.4million inhabitants … Continue reading
Pets, a set on Flickr. Really can’t wait to have my pets here with me in Georgia! Let’s just hope everything goes to plan!!!