Monthly Archives: September 2010

It’s all natural

Actually, this post was supposed to be kind of short. I wanted to dedicate it to all you nature lovers and especial to my mother. Mum, this post is still dedicated to you, but will contain a few things I … Continue reading

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Teaching English and Chasing Mosquitoes

School finally started. And although I mainly had to improvise, it was actually really fun, I enjoyed it alot. The students are pretty motivated and my teachers are really nice to work with. In the beginning it was a bit … Continue reading

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Batumi East Side Rain

School starts tomorrow. So I figured I would go to school today to finally get my three to be assisted teachers assigned and to talk about what would happen from tomorrow on. It was my fourth day in my school. … Continue reading

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Tchame, Tchame!

Georgia is known for his big scale hospitality. You encounter this basically everywhere you go. Whenever you go visit somebody’s place for no matter how short the stay might be, you will get served something to eat. Let it be … Continue reading

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Qart’uli Suphra

Let me first give some introductory information. This post is going to be dealing with my first working day in school. Still it is called ‘Qart’uli Suphra’. Qart’uli means ‘Georgian’. Suphra means ‘Party’. I suppose now you know where this … Continue reading

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Tbilisi weddings

Last weekend I have been in Tbilisi. Not for some random reason, no. Actually I did not plan to drive through the whole country again that early. No, there has been a wedding. Of two of our second group fellows, … Continue reading

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First day in School. Not.

This is another story about sudden change of plans I just experienced today. At the day of my arrival I was happily told by my family and somebody from the local education ministry, that I actually was assigned to a … Continue reading

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