Travel and Psychology: Marshrutkas in Georgia

Many people want to visit fancy places, popular destinations and overrated hotels. However, the beauty of our world is hidden in the secrets of the Globe.

Georgia is one of the many countries whose image is not as good as it should be. Simply because Georgia is wonderful and its people are more than friendly.

From natural pearls to amazing cities, this former Soviet republic (where Stalin was born) on the edge of Europe is a must-see destination. Just open your eyes and mind!

One thing is for sure – when you travel across Georgia, you’ll enjoy the friendliness of the locals, which is kind of a mark of the communist honesty, their sense of humor, and their unique ability to be happy even on a crowded marshrutka (minibus).

A small part of our spiritual journey, looking for the Golden Fleece:

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Tbilisi

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Gori

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Caucasian

IMGP1587  Looking for the Golden Fleece

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Uplistsikhe

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Mum abroad

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Kutaisi

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Prometheus cave – as a tourist not a spelunker

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Martvili canyon

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