Monthly Archives: December 2010

Money in Georgia, Part II: Georgian Economy

This post is sort of rambling and disorganized, so I apologize in advance. There’s a chance I’ll one day want to throw some research together on this topic, at which point I’d write an actual journalistic article rather than a … Continue reading

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Reflections on Inconvenience in New York

This week, New York was hit with a blizzard. All told, I’d guess we had about a foot of snow [Editor’s note: 20 inches is the official number] – nothing major, really. What was remarkable about this particular blizzard was … Continue reading

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Not in Georgia

Part of me feels like I shouldn’t even be writing on here when i’m not in Georgia. On the other hand, I suppose Georgia withdrawal is somewhat relevant to the experience, so here goes… First of all, I was reading … Continue reading

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In Flight

Note: this entry was written on Sunday, December 19th, in a plane. ******************************************* As I type this entry, I’m somewhere over Iceland – according to the display on the video screen in front of me. It says that in five … Continue reading

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Unexpected Sadness

I am really not ready to leave Georgia. ********************************** I don’t need a vacation yet, after four months. I’m just starting to make real friends here, to spread my social network out, to meet non-TLG expats and English-speaking Georgians, to … Continue reading

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Sex in Georgia, Part II: Host family issues

First, a disclaimer. I’m not talking about sex to be perverse, offensive, or controversial. To me, sex is a part of life, necessary to continue life – like eating, drinking, or sleeping. It’s a biological function. Obviously it is one … Continue reading

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Shopping

Upon reading me admit to doing most of my shopping at the Populi XL in Gldani, reader pasumonok recoiled in horror and couldn’t bear to read my blog for days. When she recovered, she extended to me the very kind … Continue reading

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