Monthly Archives: April 2011

Friendship, Supra, and the Importance of Being British

From Somewhere There is something special about being away from your own country, especially for a prolonged period of time. It somehow helps you to understand more about your own culture and belief system, and what it means to be … Continue reading

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Post Easter Celebrations!!

Am feeling a bit flat today, and also really tired after my first day back to school following the 6 day break. Half of every class were still missing, so I guess they will enjoy a few more days break, … Continue reading

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David Gareji

David Gareji, a set on Flickr. Pictures from the TLG excursion to Davit Gureji monastery complex. On the border between Georgia and Azerbijan, and dating from the 6th century, with amazing frescoes.

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Stalin Memorial and Ninotsminda Monastery

Stalin Memorial and Ninotsminda Monastery, a set on Flickr. Here are the pictures from the TLG excursion to Ninotsminda and to Stalin’s Memorial…enjoy!

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Kakheti, Azerbijan, and a Picnic

Well, its been a hectic few days and very little time for blogging, but I will endeavour to catch up quickly (whilst enjoying one Macdonalds hamburgeri, since the internet at home is broken). On Thursday, we broke up from school … Continue reading

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Dirty Rain and Constipation!

Mysterious Disappearance of the Minister of Education and Science! Its been a bit of a weird and frustrating week, partly due to Georgian spontaneity, and partly due to Georgian rumours. On Friday last week, there was a mini panic from … Continue reading

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Teach and Learn Georgia, First Week.

Teach and Learn Georgia, First Week., a set on Flickr.

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