Author Archives: Paul

About Paul

Hey, my name is Paul and I will be going to Georgia for one year to assist English language teachers in public schools through the "Teach and Learn with Georgia" program.

2,50 For A Weekend

“Everything that is possible in the rest of the world is impossible in Georgia and everything that is impossible in the rest of the world is possible in Georgia.” We’ve been told that in orientation week and had a good … Continue reading

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2011 – Journey to Tbilisi

If you have ever lived in a country for a couple of months – and have fallen in love with it by then – and were about to come back after a full month back at home, you do know … Continue reading

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Christmas Special III – A Winter Walk In The Potsdam Park

In the last Christmas post I want to share a few photos of a walk in the park with a friend on a freezing cold but stunningly beautiful winter day in Potsdam in Park Sanssouci. Not much to say, it … Continue reading

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Christmas Special II – My Georgian Gift

So if you ever go home after a couple of months in any country or even region in the world, you will run into the situation where you start thinking of presents. Especially when you are going home for Christmas. … Continue reading

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Christmas!

Christmas on my blog. For one reason, because I am still so much delayed with posting stuff from Georgia, that I just right now reached Christmas. But on the other hand I don’t feel to bad, as you, Georgia, represented … Continue reading

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You can see the upper Caucasus from the lower Caucasus

So we had St. Giorgi’s Day off last semester and I used that day to finally climb that one hill, that from the first day in Batumi was one of the destinations I wanted to go to: Sameba. That nice … Continue reading

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The umbrella traveller

Despite the fact, that I actually wanted to keep blog posts in a chronological order, I want to share this small story with you, before I forget to post it. So after a recent weekend trip to Turkey, where I … Continue reading

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