There aren’t many places in the world where you walk into an off-license to buy wine and walk out with a belly full of moonshine. But that’s Georgia for you.
We learnt of the country’s booze loving ways before we even set foot on Georgian soil. A lovely French jewellery artist, who we met in Turkey, gave us ample warning. Cooing about mona...
Almost a month into our big journey across central asia, I have learnt three things about travelling with boys:
1) Boys like climbing things.
Matty on a rocky crag in Ani, Turkey
2) Boys like shooting things.
The Mongoose even found something to shoot at the top of the Citadel in Budapest
3) Boys are not as good as girls at asking for things.
I was brave eno...
In Georgia it would seem that very few people speak English. This is more than acceptable and is the very reason why Matty has taken one for the team and learned Russian over the last few months.
But sometimes he gets a little stage fright and the phrase book is at the bottom of a bag, underneath more useful things like tissues, kirby grips and Blistex.