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Morgana’s Adventures in Eurasia: Georgia on my mind

Hello All! I’m on VACATION, traveling through a part of the world I’ve never seen before… I’m on a tour of Georgia (the country), Armenia, and Azerbaijan. Different from anywhere I’ve been before. It’s such an odd experience–not quite Europe, not quite Asia, not quite the Middle East, but a blend of cultures and the unique character of each country…

The view from my hotel window in Georgian capital Tbilisi:

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First let’s start with Georgia:

The national symbol is grapes. Archeologists believe that wine was first invented in Georgia,several thousand years ago. Georgian wine is produced differently (and tastes different) than any other wine in the world, and is prized among wine enthusiasts.

The food is delicious, and organic. Georgia does not use pesticides or GMOs. Georgian cuisine is a pretty wild experience: totally different from anything I’ve had before. You can taste a relationship to Russian, Persian, European and even Indian food (the “Silk Road” connecting East and West runs through Georgia), but the dishes are different than its neighbors. Different spices. Different ingredients. Delicious.

Georgia was a member of the Soviet Republic, and fought (and won) a war against the Russians in 2008. The country does not currently have diplomatic relations with Russia.

Stalin was born in Georgia, in the town of Gori. The country has mixed feelings about Stalin.

The country is Christian Orthodox. The art will blow you away! The bible is very much alive for the people of Georgia. You can actually walk to Jerusalem from Georgia’s capital city Tbilisi.

The country has its own language and alphabet, unrelated to any other language family or alphabet in the world… though it may have origins in ancient Sumeria.

Georgia is bordered by Russia, Turkey, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. It is one of the oldest civilizations in the world, settled long before Greece. Making wine, crafting metals, and practicing medicine long, long before Europe.

Colchis, the classical kingdom of Western Georgia, was famed for its great wealth and was where Jason and the Argonauts captured the Golden Fleece (in the Odyssey), and where Jason married the princess/healer Medea.

Architecture in Georgia is an amazing mish-mash of all periods, ancient to wildly contemporary, side by side.

The people are warm, friendly, and love Americans.

Here are some pictures:

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It’s always important to see what chocolate looks like in other countries…

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  1. Lucero
    October 31, 2013 at 4:19 am

    I just had a quick peek at the pictures, they are
    gorgeous, but the one that really impressed
    me more was the one of the two of you!!!!!
    loved it!!!!
    You guys look adorable together, wish you the
    best !!!!
    Thank you for sharing Morgana

  2. Daniela Mannucci
    October 31, 2013 at 5:01 am

    Oh Morgana, I am writing to you from where I live, Italy and these photo’s are absolutely gorgeous. Yes, very different but similar in some respects to Europe and European art and architecture. I love the stone and the vibration it gives off of purity and higher evolution along with the icons that represent spiritual evolution. And, I love the Nature with the mountains. Really special! Thank you for taking the time to share your experience! with love, Daniela

  3. jose herrera
    October 31, 2013 at 8:24 am

    Nice pictures about those places very happy for you to enjoy your trip to that part of the world, I am glad you are enjoying with your real human honey!
    See you and thank you for share that we us.

  4. Ira Alandy
    October 31, 2013 at 4:00 pm

    All the pictures taken are great shots. This part of the world is surprisingly very interesting for me. Thank you, Morgana and your human Honey, for sharing.

  5. MariaGrazia Andreula
    November 1, 2013 at 2:43 am

    Dear Morgana,
    thanks to have share Your experience with us! What a wonderful country!
    Me too I am living in Italy.

    It would be wonderful to meet you and take you in Italy to visit some beautiful cities rich in history and beauty.
    You do not know what I’d like to organize some sessions held by you on the process of alchemical transformation.
    My contacts are at your disposal.
    If it looks like a good idea, we get to work to transform it from a dream to reality.
    A big hug Grace (the nickname friends call me)

  6. Elizabeth McKay
    November 1, 2013 at 4:12 am

    Hi Morgana, Thankyou for sharing. I loved learning about Jason and the Golden Fleece. As a child in Australia I was an Argonaut. Every night of the week on the radio there was a program called Jason and the Argonauts for children and we could become Argonauts and send in stories, drawings, poems etc. I still have my badge that is a sailing ship! Travel well. Elizabeth

  7. Carlos Ortiz J.
    November 1, 2013 at 10:49 pm

    PRECIOSAS FOTOS. Felicidades.

  8. Denise
    November 3, 2013 at 3:58 am

    Loved seeing your beautiful photographs, but I especially enjoyed reading about the history of Georgia which I wasn’t aware of. Makes me want to go and visit. Thank you for sharing x

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