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Tbiliska Oaza Wolnych Strzelców

Tbiliska Oaza Wolnych Strzelców

Odkąd przeprowadziłam się tutaj w 2013 r. zauważyłam, że coraz więcej osób przyjeżdża do Tbilisi nie tylko po to, aby doświadczyć gruzińskiej wersji życia w stylu “hakuna matata”, ale także pracować oraz tworzyć. Oczywiście pokój hotelowy lub mieszkanie z Airbnb nie zawsze jest najbardziej inspirującym miejscem, więc pytania o dogodne miejsca dla freelancerów zaczęły pojawiać się coraz częściej. Jak możesz się domyślić, ja też pracuję oficjalnie weekendami, spędzając czas z laptopem i notatnikami w różnych miejscach w całym Tbilisi, pijąc dziesiątki filiżanek kawy i herbaty i tworząc listę miejsc dla cyfrowych koczowników, takich jak ty.

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Where to breathe in Tbilisi?

Where to breathe in Tbilisi?

A bit unexpected title among “top 5 cute breakfast spots”, right? As my main policy is to be honest with my readers, I should admit: it’s impossible to hide the truth about the quality of air in Tbilisi – it is getting worse every year. Back in 2012 it was much more clean, and in 2018 I am frequently asked by my guests, what the heck is going on. I blame it mostly on second-hand cars, the petrol they consume and the amount of cars people buy. I wish my article about the transportation services in Georgia would be wider! But

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Winter in Svaneti – Ski Resorts and More

Winter in Svaneti – Ski Resorts and More

Svaneti region is not that “oh wow, it’s so far!” anymore. The regular flights (6 times a week from Tbilisi, 2 times a week from Kutaisi) made it closer, and the road from Zugdidi to Mestia is not that scary, as it used to be before its renovation. I went there in December to see the preparations to the winter season which usually lasts till the end of April, even though in 2017, several fantastically crazy people have skied on Tetnuldi mountain on the 10th of June. Wanted to tell you more about the winter holidays in Svaneti. I am

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Authentic Tbilisi: How Much is the Bath

Authentic Tbilisi: How Much is the Bath

Autumn has finally arrived to Tbilisi. End of October is the right time to feel the temperature decrease up to scary +12 or even frightening +10 Celsius, to see some rain and fog behind the window… But what if you’re a tourist with just a day or two to see everything? Do you feel like sitting in a hotel or apartment? No? My usual recommendations (in case there are no festivals or concerts in the city) are: Museum of Soviet Occupation and National Gallery (I like them myself), Zurab Tsereteli Museum of Modern Arts, Rezo Gabriadze Marionette Theater, Kakha Bakuradze Movement Theater or Pantomime Theater. Finding veritas in vino

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Odpoczynek w Tbilisi szczegółowo

Odpoczynek w Tbilisi szczegółowo

Ludzie przyjeżdżają do Gruzji i Tbilisi i chcą to maksymalnie wykorzystać. Pisałam o 2-3-dniowych wypadach do Tbilisi i okolic wiele razy i dla wielu mediów. Teraz znowu czuję, że nadszedł czas na krótkie omówienie moich ulubionych miejsc, które mogę naprawdę polecić. Kupiłeś bilet i szukasz miejsca, gdzie możesz się zatrzymać? W Tbilisi znajduje się kilka nowych hosteli i hoteli, które są dobre, wygodne i dobrze zlokalizowane. Z tych, które ostatnio sprawdzałam, szczególnie podobał mi się Emberton (ma zarówno pokoje hotelowe, jak i hostelowe) i Fabrika (głównie pokoje hostelowe; przestrzeń twórcza i bary w podwórzu to wartość dodatkowa na plus). Jeśli

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Writing a Guide to the Cradle of Wine: my sober story

Writing a Guide to the Cradle of Wine: my sober story

Have you ever wanted to write a book? Quick googling showed that around 80% of people would say yes to this. It looks like a great thing to do: become famous, an opinion leader, earn a fortune, sign hundreds and thousands of copies, be admired and respected… Now, as the travel guide to the wine regions of Georgia by Miquel Hudin and me is already one month old, I want to share my experience and emotions of becoming an author. If you are here, you might know my story, right? A Ukrainian who worked as a sports journalist in Ukraine

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Extend your business trip: 6 Spa hotels to try in Georgia

Extend your business trip: 6 Spa hotels to try in Georgia

Usually while gathering ideas for a vacation in Georgia, people rather think of mountains, hiking, trekking and maybe Georgian wine. It is all true, but actually there are some little spa gems hidden between green mountains and picturesque lakes. Doesn’t matter, if your trip to Georgia is for business or leisure: you should definitely find at least one day for discovering one of those places! Actually, the most known spa region in Georgia is Borjomi, a small town in the Southern part of the country, rich on mineral and thermal springs. Borjomi water is one of the main export items;

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A post for dear Belarussians: my Minsk impressions and tips about Georgia

A post for dear Belarussians: my Minsk impressions and tips about Georgia

A trip to Minsk to 34MediaDay appeared to be quite enlightening for me. Even though I am a frequent traveler and try not to let the stereotype squeeze into my mind, there was something to discover for me. And something to apologize for. I really felt like apologizing for not understanding how close the Belarussians are to me and all Ukrainians. It was so worth going there, and I want to come back. You know why? 

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Gastronomic secrets of Tbilisi: a delicious route through the capital

Gastronomic secrets of Tbilisi: a delicious route through the capital

In 2016 I had the opportunity to cooperate with the Israeli channel TV2 – they asked me to help them with special dishes that are certainly worth a try, once you travel to Tbilisi. My list was quite long, and not all of my favourite dishes and restaurants were included in the program in the end, so I decided to share my tips here. Forgive me, my meat loving friends, but the food I am talking about is totally non-meaty. However, I’m sure you won’t regret following some of my tips. Let’s go explore the culinary scene of Tbilisi!

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Этнографический музей и Черепашье озеро: оазисы в Тбилиси

Этнографический музей и Черепашье озеро: оазисы в Тбилиси

Всем привет! Погода в Тбилиси временно хмурая, но если верить прогнозам, остаток октября и ноябрь будут теплыми и довольно солнечными, а значит – можно будет ходить на прогулки. Одним из хороших вариантов провести время на свежем воздухе, не выезжая из Тбилиси, я считаю поход на Кус Тба (Черепашье озеро) и в этнографический музей Тбилиси поблизости от него. Места-то эти мне нравятся, но времени написать о них хоть пару строк у меня не находилось совсем. Зато моя мама, которая прожила в Тбилиси год, внезапно решилась на гостевой пост об озере и музее, за что ей огромное спасибо! Помимо этого предлагаю вам посмотреть

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