Armenian Odar is travelling

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I have been in Tbilisi, Georgia (the country, not the state) for the last week, will return home on Sunday. I attended a seminar and added two more days for myself. I am enjoying the sun and the wireless internet at a cafe in the Old Town of  Tbilisi. I will be back blogging when I come home. I have a lot to share, book-related and otherwise (I splurged on books today and there might be some more splurging tomorrow).

I have spent most of the last nine years in Armenia, but this is the first time I made it to Tbilisi, located just five hours driving north. For the past week I have been slapping myself on the head: Why did I never go before? I love this city! Oh well, better late than never. Anyway, more to follow soon.

9 thoughts on “Armenian Odar is travelling

  1. Georgia must be a lovely, mountainous country. I remember it from those Dannon yogurt ads, way back when. I look forward to hearing about your adventures in reading and otherwise.

  2. Ah yes, Tblisi is great! I fell in love with it right away when I visited it in the summer of 2007. The food, the people, the atmosphere, the mixture of Europe and Asia: I loved it all. And the mountains are gorgeous, too. Enjoy your stay!

  3. No one with a blog called “Aremenian Odar” needs to specify that Georgia is a country — I say, at least.

    I hope you have a nice trip. I look forward to your book notes when you return!

  4. Eh, Rebecca, I agree with you, but there are tons of people who don’t have a clue. 😉

    Anna, there is something about Tbilisi, isn’t there? I felt like I was breathing in fresh air when I first arrived – at least compared to Yerevan.

  5. Can’t wait to hear all about Tblisi! Sounds marvellous. You make me want to travel again — something I really don’t do often enough, except vicariously…so tell us all about it. 🙂

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