Curveballs

During the week of the orientation in Tbilisi, I was given information about Georgian culture which would help me in my host family situation. I was prepared for a host father to hold many toasts in my honor; that, as a male, I would both be expected to drink a lot and that it would […]

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Limbo

I’ve been in Georgia (Orthodox, not Baptist) for just under a week now. I have been doing a week of various orientation and training sessions before departing for x town in Georgia where I will be teaching in x school living with host family x. There are lots of variables in the journey I’m on […]

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