Spring has sprung

Just wait until summer:)

Making a Difference

Between my arrival in Georgia at the end of January and the end of March, my fellow group 32 volunteers and I heard some variation of the phrase “wait until the weather is nice” in response to every one of our proposed weekend Georgian adventures. Restless, bored and eager to explore we clung to one hope – that spring would transform Georgia into a completely new country. Now that spring has sprung, our wish has been fulfilled. Weekday afternoons in Kutaisi are often spent outside, sitting in one of the city’s parks, catching up with friends, people watching or reading the newest book on my kindle. The solidly black, unchanging winter wardrobes of both the students and teachers have undergone a spring renaissance and now comprise a vivid array of colors and unique fashion trends. Neighbors spend the last few moments of twilight chatting in the driveway or tending to…

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About Sarah Rows Solo

British YouTuber and Founder of Environmental and STEM education charity Oceans Project, preparing for a solo row around the coast of Great Britain.
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