Tag Archive: Georgia

It’s Warm and Easy in Tbilisi (Re-post from Feb 2012)

I started A Traveler’s Tale in July 2011.  As a new blogger in WordPress, not too many knew about this site yet and I was still struggling to understand how to best position… Continue reading

Happy Valentine’s Day

To those who are celebrating this Day of Hearts: May this waiter on skates knock at your door to deliver the heart that you’ve been longing for.  – Jessie   Author’s Note:  I… Continue reading

Throwback Thursday: The Medieval Churches of Georgia (Country)

In late 2010 and early 2011, I had the privilege of working in the beautiful country of Georgia in the Caucasus.  According to historians, Georgia was among the first countries in the world… Continue reading

Throwback Thursday: Portraits and Facial Impressions

Faces and the stories they tell fascinate me; capturing these stories in photos challenge me as a photographer.  And in my various travels through the years, there were faces that lingered in my… Continue reading

Images of Georgia: Batumi and the Black Sea

I was happy with my first and only visit to Batumi, the coastal city of Georgia,  in April of 2011.  Though the tour was just for a day and it was still cold, it… Continue reading

Images of Georgia: Signaghi and Tsinandali

The Kakheti region of Georgia is one of its prime tourist destinations and is famous for its vineyards and production of the hugely popular Georgian wines.   A day’s drive around the region… Continue reading

Images of Georgia: Three Cities

Tbilisi, Mtskheta and Kutaisi are three of the most important cities of the country of Georgia.  Tbilisi is the present capital of Georgia, its name is derived from the presence of   hot springs which its… Continue reading

Reflecting on the Mtkvari

The scenic Mtkvari River runs across some of the oldest and most historical sections of the Georgian capital of Tbilisi. The moment I rode by its banks, I knew that I needed to… Continue reading

Georgian Churches & Monasteries: A Photo Gallery

The country of Georgia was one of the first in the world to adopt Christianity as a national religion and its people since then have maintained their religious piousness.  Not surprisingly, churches and… Continue reading

The Balconies of Georgia: A Photo Gallery

Among the many things that got me enchanted when I was in Georgia were the balconies.  Buildings old or new, office or residence, in small towns or in cities often have picturesque, intricately-designed balconies… Continue reading

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