Re-Blog Saturday – Trip to Tbilisi

Hi folks. Let's go back to November the 2nd 2011 as I relive some more experiences in Georgia. I took a few days to head to the capital Tbilisi, meet up with some friends and see the sights. And this is what it is was like... Dear avid followers and those who just happened to …

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Re-Blog Saturday – Arriving in Georgia

I haven't written THAT much about my time in Georgia since I moved over to Word Press. I thought for a few Saturdays I would go back to my time in Georgia and remember the first experiences there. So, here it is, my first post about Georgia. It was at the time entitled 'The Next …

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A Georgian Wedding

When travelling there are lots of different events you might like to attend from festivals to Eurovision. No seriously, it’s awesome and why wouldn’t you? But I think there’s something incredibly special about attending a wedding when travelling. I’ve attended at least three (off the top of my head) when travelling, two in Germany for …

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Foto Friday – Power in Georgia

One thing I remember strongly from my time in the amazing village of Jikanjuri in Georgia, 2011, was this power relay box where the entire village's power came through. It, not surprisingly perhaps, would 'blow' regularly and the whole town would be without electricty. The worst example was in November 2011 when it was freezing, …

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The Interac Experience Part Four – Lesson Planning

Second and third weeks of my first year teaching at a Japanese High School, and it was time to get real. As easy as it was to create an introductory lesson, once it’s time to get down to teaching grammar, vocab and topics, suddenly BANG you are in a different world. In Georgia I had …

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