Georgia – Through My Lens

I was going through photos and I realised – I have a lot of photos from Georgia. Well, I was there for three months in 2011. I was surprised to find I had so many I needed to split it into two posts.

I was teaching English there. We started in the capital Tbilisi, went across to Batumi on the Black Sea, which is Georgia’s second city. And then back to Tbilisi for the rest of orientation. I was sent out to a tiny town called Jikhanjuri where I taught in the local school for three months. There were holidays and trips to Batumi and back to Tbilisi. So, here is the first half of my selection of photos. Enjoy!

Group of young new teachers heading out for a night in Tbilisi.
Tbilisi hills.
Suburb in Tbilisi
Small church in Tbilisi at night,
Bridge of Peace.


Kobuleti – between my village of Jikhanjuri and Batumi, as a storm blows in.
A roadside stall between Tbilisi and Batumi.
The main street of Jikhanjuri, the village where I lived and taught English for three months.
Inside the Arts Centre in Batumi.

Another Tbilisi hill.
Jikhajuri from the balcony of the house I stayed in.
An interesting balcony in Tbilisi.
The front yard of the house I stayed in in Jikhanjuri,
Colourful fountain in Tbilisi.
Central Tbilisi, the Georgian capital.
A state visit from the French President – all prepared in Tbilisi.
Central Batumi, the second city of Georgia, on the Black Sea Coast.
Crossing the Bridge of Peace.
A bride at her wedding in Tbilisi.
Black Sea Beach, Batumi.
The Batumi Arts Centre.
Batumi Arts Centre at dusk.,
A building in Tbilisi.

Thanks for popping by today – May the Journey Never End!

6 thoughts on “Georgia – Through My Lens

  1. Pingback: I Travelled to Georgia… So You Don’t Have To! – Andy's World Journeys

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