Befriending with Georgian rivers: Rafting at Aragvi

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Befriending with Georgian rivers: Rafting at Aragvi

Befriending with Georgian rivers: Rafting at Aragvi

A couple of years ago I was lucky to discover for me Aragvi Adventure Center in Georgia. A lovely small territory is maintained according to the best “Western” principles: in clean, eco-friendly, sustainably maintained (no wonder: Soso, the founder, has spent more than 10 years in Germany and learned there how one should make a real tourism product). For the first time I went there for rafting, and it was pretty fun. River called Pshavis Aragvi can become your good friend, if you do not panic and control yourself. It can show its character (or you can also navigate your boat

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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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Cook like a Georgian: Tender Gebzhalia

Cook like a Georgian: Tender Gebzhalia

As I explained you a while ago, one restaurant from Tbilisi with great regional cuisine invited me to meet their cooks after they have found my positive review. So I went to learn things, and I hope I did! In the previous post I was talking with you about elarji, corn flour polenta with cheese. And now it’s turn of gebzhalia, another cheesy thing which makes Megrelian cuisine so good!

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Cook like a Georgian: Elastic Elarji

Cook like a Georgian: Elastic Elarji

Western Georgian cuisine is a killer! Especially for you waistline, if you can’t control yourself.  And it’s hard, because usually everything that you see at the table in front of you, is simply mouthwatering! Is there any way out? Learning to cook it yourself, so that you will take over control over the portion size.

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7 Tasty Places for International Food in Tbilisi

7 Tasty Places for International Food in Tbilisi

As I moved to Tbilisi in 2013, I was always wondering how my friends were able to eat in international restaurants of Tbilisi. Seriously, having such a great national cuisine, how dare you!.. That’s what I was saying. Now, in September 2015, I gonna share with you some addresses, where you can get delicious food from different corners of our big world. Sorry, khinkali, but everyone needs a break from time to time. All the recommendations are based on my experience and taste only. Still wondering what is good for a 25 y.o. vegetarian? Follow me then.

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15 Reasons to Fall in Love with Georgia

15 Reasons to Fall in Love with Georgia

Those who have been to Georgia already, should check the list, and if some things are missing, just come and see or experience them. And if you have never been here – don’t miss your chance to be inspired!

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WHY GEORGIA? Eric Binder, an American in Tbilisi

WHY GEORGIA? Eric Binder, an American in Tbilisi

I’ve been thinking to start this series of interviews since a long time, having met so many inspiring people who had chances to live anywhere else, but decided to settle in Georgia, and facing this question myself at least on weekly basis. Sometimes both locals and non-local don’t simply understand: WHY GEORGIA? Here is the first answer from Eric Binder, an American who settled in Tbilisi around 8 years ago, grew his children and his small tasty business here. We met at “Ronny’s Pizza” in Vake, the prestigious part of Tbilisi. I arranged the meeting through our common friend Archi, but

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