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Old cave city Uplistsikhe in Caucasus, Georgia
 
Man in a winery in Tbilisi, Georgia
 
Alaverdi Monastery, Georgia
 

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I cannot praise highly enough our excellent driver who never lost concentration on long drives on difficult roads, and our excellent guide who led us on many interesting visits. What a great way to see this fascinating country!
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Carl Meadows Georgia has many delicious traditional foods, my favourite being Khachapuri Imeruli. This cheese filled bread hails from the Imereti region, but can be found in most parts of the country - it is a filling snack that can enjoyed as a basic and inexpensive meal in itself, and is often best experienced in a basic city café washed down with local wine.
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Georgia Holidays

Take a holiday to Georgia and you will find a populace fiercely proud of their country, and for the visitor this translates into an open-armed welcome as outside Tbilisi you will find yourself staying in family-run guesthouses and local homes. Ramble through the narrow cobbled streets of Tbilisi, where balconies almost touch, peer into tiny courtyards and check out the sophisticated shops, clubs and restaurants.

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Travel along the Georgian Military Highway through the dramatic Caucasus Mountains, home to stone watchtowers and villages where life has changed little. The infrastructure may not be up to much but the stunning scenery as you follow mountain trails past lakes and waterfalls is compensation enough. Try the mineral water in one of the health spas and maybe learn the secret of why so many Georgians live to be over 100 years old.

Georgia's most famous son was Stalin, so pay a visit to his home town of Gori where you will be frankly astounded at the flattering museum dedicated to his life. Make time to explore the 3rd century BC cave city of Uplis-Tsikhe and then join the locals for some wine tasting and indulge in some waist-expanding home-cooked food.

If you're looking for souvenirs to bring back from Armenia, we recommend bartering for hand-made jewellery, obsidian chess sets, carpets, abstract paintings etc at Vernissage in Yerevan - it's a huge weekend open-air flea market, centrally located on Pavstos Biuzand Boulevard - just follow the crowds!

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