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Water Refills Malaysia

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აქ მე ვარ ძია!

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This weekend I went with TLG on an excursion.  This is a trip they put on to some of the big historical places in the country to help thank us busy teachers see the…

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Caucasus Geography Project??

So, it has been another action packed day of, urm…..decorating! Painting my new bedroom to be precise, but I have also finished marking the end of term Geography exam papers at last, hoorah! I’ve even had a shower, and having … Continue reading

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A New Year’s Blog

Happy New Year!! First of all, I’d like to wish you all a very Happy New Year, Hogmanay, and 2012.  It isn’t actually New Year in Georgia yet, in fact we haven’t even had Christmas, as that is on 7th … Continue reading

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Time for some pants???

Suddenly feeling really pants today. Waiting for the paracetamol and hot toddy to kick in, along with a hot water bottle and early night. Have a really sore throat which is slowly creeping onto my chest, ear ache, headache, sore … Continue reading

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A Week in School

Autumn Rising There is a strong wind raging through Tbilisi today and the weather is decidedly cooler. I am definitely the only person still wearing shorts! Why, because I have yet to go shopping, and my other clothes are in … Continue reading

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“Sighnaghoba” in Sighnaghi

Taken from the Ministry of Education and Science website: http://www.mes.gov.ge/content.php?id=1675&lang=eng “27.11.2010 Around 100 English language teachers who have arrived in Georgia in the scope of the program Teach And Learn With Georgia, attended “Sighnaghoba” in Sighnaghi. Foreign Teachers got familiarized with … Continue reading

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