[Trip Report] Snow Wonderland – Georgia (Part 1)

I’ve already shared some odd pictures about Georgia. Today I’d like to share the whole trip with you. I went there in the beginning of this year. I’m so happy I discovered this amazing Caucasus country. Georgia is somehow not that popular among the non-Russian speaking travelers. I was asked by friends why I came up with ideas to visit Georgia. Here are a few reasons why I chose it.

[Trip Report] Snow Wonderland – Georgia (Part 2)

This is part 2 of my Georgia trip report, feel free to check out my first part of the trip:

Itinerary: Kutaisi -(train)- Tbilisi – Kazbegi/Stepantsminda – Tbilisi Β 

I took a train from Kutaisi station to Georgian capital Tbilisi. Compared to the train, mini buses called marshrutkas are more popular as they are more regular the the trains. I’m a big train lover and I was not really in a hurry, so I chose the slower but more comfortable train. The train station in Kutaisi was super small and simple, there were two ladies selling some drinks and snacks, that’s it.

An Introduction to Georgian Cuisine (one of the best cuisine to me)

After being back from my trip in Georgia, many friends have asked me how the country is and most of them are actually quite surprised after seeing the food I posted on my Instagram. In my opinion, some dishes even take like Indian dishes.

But it’s not surprising as Georgia is a country with a unique history and culture. Just as its wine-vine like language, its cuisine also has a unique style. It carries some influences from other European and nearby Middle Eastern culinary traditions.

They call it full tasting Georgia plate and it was huge, my Ukraine friend was totally surprised that I eat that much. But actually all these dishes together cost around 10 euro. Amazing, isn’t it? Many of my friends have already put Georgia in their travel list actually hahaha

Georgia is a country with amazing pastries.