Do not get alarmed. Nazi is a womens name in Georgia and the word itself means soft and tender. So, most likely, this guesthouse has a great hostess.
The image was taken at Eliava plumbing and electrical supplies market.
During a soccer game of local teams in Gori, a stray dog run into the field. The playful dog cheered up soccer players and fans alike.
The man lost his dog three years ago and received a phone call from a shop owner to let him know that a dog which looks a lot like his was laying in front of her shop. So, he made the trip and as he approaches, he is in disbelief, commenting that it really does look like him.
For the first time in Tbilisi, to celebrate the Tbilisoba, local restaurant “Chacha time” installed chacha fountain. It will pour pure chacha every hour. Drink responsibly.
The sign reads in Georgian language: “Please do not massage groceries”.
On a wall of one of the houses in Senaki, hangs this cute vintage carpet. It’s factory made for the Olympic Games of 1980. On a carpet, along with the 1980 Olympic Games mascot Misha, there are a boy and a girl in a traditional Georgian clothes.
For 3 Georgian lari you can treat yourself with Churchkhela, Georgia’s most delicious dessert. In Tbilisi, on Leselidze street they sell all kinds of them. The original recipe calls for a walnut or hazelnut filling, dipped in a condensed grape juice. But, there also are a variety of churchkhelas made of kiwi, pomegranate and honey as well as different sorts of Georgian wine.