Gadauri-I fell in love with the Snow

Gadauri-I fell in love with the Snow

Finally, my wish for seeing the snow was turning into reality.  We were all set for our trip to Gadauri on our second day in Georgia. We started at 9 AM after the complimentary breakfast at our hotel. Gadauri is a ski resort located around 2 hours away from Tbilisi. The temperature there was estimated around 1 degree C without snowfall.  We both were fully decked up in our winter suits. Our first stop was Jinvali water reservoir, which is on…

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A day in Tbilisi-Georgia

A day in Tbilisi-Georgia

We boarded our flight from Dubai International airport, Terminal 2 at 12:10 am. As it was a direct flight, we reached Tbilisi at 4:40 am. Tbilisi international airport is a small airport and we quickly cleared our immigration and the security check and were out of the airport by 5:00 AM and geez! it was very cold outside (6 degrees C). The driver was already waiting for us and we quickly left from the airport. We had a hard time…

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Georgia-Some facts and tips

Georgia-Some facts and tips

Before leaving for Georgia, I had done a fair amount of research about the country. I would like to write about it along with some of my personal experiences in this post. To begin with, Georgia the country is situated in the Caucasus Region — the boundary between Asia and Europe made up of Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Eastern Turkey, Southern Russia and Northern Iran. Quick facts: Capital city: Tblisi Currency:  Georgian Lari (GEL)( 1 Lari = 1.5 AED= 0.4 USD) Language:…

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Georgia -The plan

Georgia -The plan

We were thinking of visiting Georgia for a long time. I had seen several beautiful pictures of the place in friends’ FB pages.Also, I have never seen snow before (except for in snow city, Malaysia). So this was one of the must visit places in my mind.I had enquired about the trip with various travel agencies, but the plan was never really executed. This weekend, hubby and I were a bit free (read he did not have any calls scheduled…

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Mangalore-My City

Mangalore-My City

Mangalore is my birth place. The city where I completed my schooling, college, and my Engineering. In short, it is more of an emotion. Each and every aspect of my life is linked to this wonderful place. So I dedicate my first blog to this wonderful city 🙂 Mangalore some facts: Geographically Mangalore is situated between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea. It is about 350 KMs from the state capital, Bangalore. It is district headquarters for the Dakshina…

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