Monthly Archives: April 2012

English in the Caucasus

Originally posted on Making a Difference:
Is English becoming Georgia’s second language? If I went around my village or even the neighboring towns not many people would even understand this question. So I guess that’s a no. But will English…

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Wash it or chuck it?

The plastic battle.

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Strawberry Season

There are so many things I just love about Georgia, and I have to say that strawberry season is without doubt my all time favourite season here.  It is neither too hot, nor too cold, but just right as the … Continue reading

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The Bazaar Experience

Originally posted on Making a Difference:
The change was subtle put palpable. The watermelons, blackberries and pears had given way to fresh, full ears of corn, peaches and apples, which in turn yielded to the sparser fare of fejoias, the…

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Some Rugged Bits of London

Originally posted on Little London Observationist:
Loving Fred255‘s contributions to the Flickr pool while I was away last week. Something different to share with you. I’ve left his descriptions beneath each one. Not all of the London Dock area have…

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Fuizion Food review

Originally posted on blogpackinglight:
Paramo, the Laser Competition and Terrocs, what do they have in common? They were “game changers”. Paramo changed the way we thought about waterproofs, even if not everyone liked them. The Laser Competition shifted the goal posts…

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Fuizion Tasting Session at Ferghana

Following on from a typically busy Oceans Project Georgia session yesterday, myself, two other Project Leaders and 7 Oceans Ambassadors headed off on a bit of a mystery tour ( a mystery for them at least).  It turned out to … Continue reading

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