Category Archives: TLG

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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Zugdidi

Zugdidi is more or less the meeting point of TLG group 2 (the best group by the way), so this post is entirely dedicated to Zugdidi. Hence the kind of not creative title. Zugdidi is where around 30 people (rough … Continue reading

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TV Stars in Mtikhala National Park

Another story from late October. Again, my host dad asked me to star in a TV report about National Parks in Georgia. So Richard, another volunteer, and me were sat into one of those Lada 4×4 and driven to Mtirala, … Continue reading

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What do volunteers do on weekends? II

I know, I know. It’s been a while. Honestely, it’s been too long of a while. There were a few things holding me back from blogging, including loads of travelling in this beautiful country, teaching of street kids in an … 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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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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