What I love about my research for WHY GEORGIA, is that I’m constantly getting pumped with inspiration. Meeting people I can learn things from, discovering things I wouldn’t believe existed. Let’s say, there is a place which is growing to a real cultural hub of Eastern Georgia, not being a fortress from XI century or an important religious object. It is located in Udabno, a village which sprang up after the experimental relocating of several Svan families from their remote green mountainous villages to this dry fruitless area, in order to create kind of a defensing point against possible threat from Azeri side.
Hey, pipol’! Just came back from a small trip full of sun, fun with my great friends, and of course, delicious food, so now I feel real need to share some short impressions about all three cities I’ve been to 🙂 Let’s start in Warsaw. My first time there was in 2012, and I almost believed that the city falls asleep every midnight after Pilsudsky’s monument waves its mustache. Empty streets (I didn’t know that people are THAT bound to their families during New Year days), almost everything closed, all grey… You see, I really needed to come back and