Gamarjoba! 2 cats are looking for a new home in Tbilisi. 4 months, 1 boy (black) and 1 girl (gray). They are lovely, loud-purring, healthy guys. They were born in our yard, but unfortunately we are leaving Tbilisi soon. Don't let them to become homeless. Thank you!
PM me if interested.
We're two foreigners that are planning to travel to your wonderful country at the beginning of November (for about a week and a half, maybe 2 weeks). We're also planning on getting married over there (since it seems fairly easy over there).
Does anyone have any number we can call to obtain information on the documents needed for foreigners wishing to get a civil marriage? It would be nice to obtain the number of a townhall or something that can provide information in English since we don't speak georgian. Would a couple that speaks English be able to manage the administration in Georgia?
Does anyone know how long do the procedures usually last?
Honestly every little bit of information would help. Thanks a lot.
I have 24 hours in this beautiful city. What do you recommend doing as far as sites, attractions, clubs, casinos, etc.?
I visited Georgia last year for a month, renting a car and driving all over the country. I found it to be a wonderful place.
I'm planning to return to Georgia to open a bank account in the very near future. I'm wondering what the best bank(s) to open accounts are for the situation I will outline below.
I'm thinking to put a lot of money (a million lari or so) in the bank in a term deposit to collect interest, and use this interest for my day to day living expenses.
Checking many banks' sites, I see interest rates from less than 9% to over 11% depending on the bank. Would it be a risk to choose a bank with a higher interest rate? Would it be better to split the money into several banks? What's a good bank with a good interest rate you'd recommend?
The other aspect of this is that I am considering moving to Georgia permanently, but not yet. I will need to access the money on a regular basis from abroad. I notice many banks charge 2% for ATM withdrawals, which will add up to a lot of money. Is there a bank which doesn't charge for ATM withdrawals (in or outside of Georgia)? What is the bank with the lowest fees for international money transfer?
Considering my situation, I'd love to get some advice. I hope for some bank with low fees, high interest rates, and easiest accessibility from outside of Georgia. Many thanks.
At what neighborhood, part of city would you recommend to stay? Some place with many places where locals eat and drink? I believe to get the most natural exposure around bus and train stations which is fine with me, but maybe you would recommend otherwise?
Ideally some place with good connections (bus or metro line), entertainment establishments around and backpacking prices.
I am only staying for 3-4 days before exploring other parts of the city. Thanks!
I am thinking about doing this in order to open a bank account. Would that person be able to access my bank account?They would have all of my information, and hopefully it wouldn't be possible once the account was setup. Just curious as I would just wait until I got there if that were the case.
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