A very nicely written blog, really enjoyed it!
I’m writing this post from somewhere above Iceland, en route to the United States for a month-long holiday. I think I’ll definitely go through a bit of culture shock, especially because I’m going straight from small-town Georgia to Chicago, the third-largest city in the U.S. But, it’ll be fun! School ended on 15 June, which left me a month of holiday before my flight. So, during that month, my host family and I travelled around the Kakheti region. Here are some highlights:
Ilia’s Lake, in the district of Kvareli. Ilia’s Lake is, well, a lake, nestled in the Caucasus foothills. It’s named after Ilia Chavchavadze, one of Georgia’s premier writers—he was prolific in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and is still popular today. The lake’s surroundings are beautiful, and the water’s a comfortable temperature for swimming and boating. They also have a lovely bike path around the lake…
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