A lot of people have asked me what my Thanksgiving plans are while I’m in RoGA. I don’t consider Thanksgiving a super important holiday; I’ve always enjoyed Thanksgiving (leftover turkey sandwiches!) but wasn’t feeling too bummed about missing it. When I work up yesterday morning, I did feel a little homesick for Ian and my
In Tbilisi, along Rustaveli Avenue, which is possibly the most famous avenue of Tbilisi, there is a little coffee shop called – well I don’t know what it’s called, but it’s next to Prospero’s bookstore, so I call it Prospero’s. It’s not cheap. In fact, a latte from Prospero’s costs roughly the same as in
In the middle of my second workweek, I found out my main colleague at work was going to be on vacation for a few days, so I decided to head to Armenia with my fellow Fellow, Kevin. He’d been planning to head down to Yerevan for a long weekend and invited me to come along.
It’s hard to believe that Nov 9th marks 25 days in Tbilisi! It’s certainly been 3 ½ weeks full of ups and downs. And of course, I promise to blog more frequently now. I think I had what I shall call blog block. Anyway – without further ado… a recap. Week 1 I arrived in
The few weeks before my departure were absolutely crazy-busy, thus explaining the lack of blog posts since my first day at Kiva Training! Let’s recap: Kiva Training The remaining four days of Kiva training were amazing. It was so energizing to spend 4 days getting to know everybody, learning about how Kiva operates as well