Georgian Is As Georgian Does

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Making a Difference

Exactly one year ago, I was going over my checklist of things to pack for Georgia and wondering what the heck I had decided to do. My mom had already told me her fears for me: that I would be sold into prostitution, kidnapped by Russians or bride-napped by an old man. I myself didn’t have many specific fears because this was going to be an adventure in the unknown and I hardly knew what to be scared of. I was taking a blind step like never before, and the only solid reason I knew I wouldn’t die was because I had emailed a number of volunteers already in Georgia and they had convinced me with their tales that this was legit. With that knowledge I didn’t mind not knowing where I would be living, with whom I would be staying or what my teaching situation would be like. I…

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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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