Making a Difference

Georgia as a Tourist

                For most TLG volunteers, the arrival of June signaled two things – the end of the semester and flights out of Georgia to new adventures. Most of my friends were headed back home to see their families but some were headed off to explore nearby countries. I did neither of these things but instead spent the time immediately following the end of the term preparing for a new Georgian adventure – my American mother, father and sister were coming to Georgia. My preparation was quickly derailed by too many unknowns and provided to be largely futile. And so, as the clocked ticked towards midnight on June 20th, I was nervously pacing in the arrivals lounge of Tbilisi’s International Airport, my thoughts flipping through everything that could possibly go wrong during my family’s visit but ultimately coming back to the one question that 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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