Me and my wife are visiting Georgia and we both love the Caucasian Shepard dogs. Can anyone suggest a good place to see some? We are aware of some breeders who have puppies for sale, but we want to see the dogs as tourists, we don't want to waste a breeders time by giving them the impression that we want to buy one.
Hello fellow Georgians :)
I'll be visiting your great country in early August, and I was wondering if I could manage to use Bitcoin for payments? Or maybe exchange some Bitcoin to Lari.
Is there Bitcoin ATMS or shops that accept bitcoin that you might know off ? It would be awesome if you could help.
I was hoping some fellow campers wouldn't mind sharing some of their favorite spots around Georgia for car camping. Walk-in sites are also ok but we don't have the right gear to hike more than a mile or so. Are there actual designated campgrounds in georgia or do you pretty much just drive to any secluded spot, pitch your tent, and call it a day?
I recently had a salad at a georgian restaurant in brooklyn I am trying to recreate. The salad was a simple salad of cucumber, tomato and onion, but had a fantastic dressing, it had walnut in it and georgian spices. Does anyone have a family recipe they might be able to help me with.
I'm a Chechen from Jordan who's going to move to Georgia to work with my uncle, so I was wondering what are the things that I should expect and accommodate before moving, considering that i'll be moving within a month.
And I wonder if the internet coverage in Rustavi is decent or not, I read a few posts regarding Isp's like (Magti) and (skilnet) but they were all revolving around the capital city of Georgia.
I wanna catch up to World Of Warcraft's next expansion.
I’ve heard all about the crazy beggars that latch on to you and follow you and whatnot, and as we’re going to Georgia in August looking very obviously like tourists, I’m sure they’re going to target us. My family refuse to give money to beggars who harass us (we have experience) but these Georgian beggars seem to be on a whole new level. What are some things I should say in Georgian, or things I should do to get them away from us?
Can’t wait to visit your beautiful country this August!
I visited Gori in 2016 and saw a film crew in the fortress. They were all dressed up in medieval garb (a lot of Hollywood-type leather bracers and such, not like traditional chokha garments), and said they were filming a music video for a rap group.
Does this ring a bell for anyone? I'd be interested in watching it.
Since this subreddit has more traffic, I wanted to ask if any of you transitted through Baku's international airport to get to Tbilisi international airport. I had to get two separate tickets NY - Baku and Baku - Tbilisi and now wondering if it's possible for me to transit through the airport without getting an eVisa for Azerbaijan. I will spend 2 days in Azerbaijan on my way back to Baku so will be getting an eVisa for that, but on the way to Tbilisi I will only be at the Baku airport and not plan to step out of it. Thanks in advance!
Hi, I'm a photographer coming back to Tbilisi and since I never managed to spend there more than a day or two, I would be grateful if you could recommend lesser-known places in Tbilisi: by this I mean anything authentic, off the beaten path; especially neighbourhoods. Thank you in advance for any ideas!
A subreddit for all things Georgian or related to Georgia (the Caucasian republic). For the American state of Georgia, go to r/Georgia instead.
Another great social networking resource for all those in Georgia is the Georgian Wanderers Facebook Group. A new aggregator of Georgian news can be found at skivri.ge.
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