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Walking round the Old Town, taking photos of the beautiful, crumbling buildings.

A sexy moment in MoMa

Carrefour. I love a foreign supermarket.

Home home home.

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Wandering around Old Town in the not so hot heat.

The scrub and bubble massage at the sulphur baths.

Face masks and funny animal videos instead of going out

The weather being lovely so we could fly back to Tbilisi in the teeny tiny plane and see all the amazing views on the way.

Our lovely new apartment. And doing some yoga in it.

Exploring the Old Town – cable cars, Mother of Georgia, the 4th century fortress, fruity iced tea and steep cobbled roads.

We made it! Day four. All the way to Ushguli in the hot hot heat. More butterflies, more wildflowers, more damn inclines!The window opening in the taxi on the way back.Climbing to the top of the old tower and sitting on the rickety wooden roof, looking out over Mestia.

Day three. Still so beautiful. The glacier, the meadows, the bright blue sky. The thousands upon thousands of butterflies.

Crossing the river by horse.

Nice guesthouse buddies! The Scottish couple and the Irish and Chinese couple.

Day two of the hike. So damn beautiful! Wildflower meadows, butterflies and incredible views. Plus lovely weather.

Doing Oliver jumps and Sound of Music frollicking in the meadows.

Exploring the tiny old village of Adishi. Towers, run down buildings and cows.

The walk from Mestia to Zhabeshi.

The meadows, the clouds, the views, the pigs, the quick river crossing in a car, the jumping nipples. All of it.The cute guesthouse with mad shower. It has buttons for lights and even a telephone.

Finishing an expert sudoku. With minimal accidental cheating.

Piglets and cows along the road on the way up to Mestia

Our beautiful guesthouse

Views of the mountains when the sun came out and the clouds cleared briefly. I’m quite excited about tomorrow.

Another pool day

Cheering the man who stuffed all our bags into one locker

The night train. First class. Well, technically.

The tiny kittens

Doi, the beautiful dog at our guest house in Sighnaghi

The view

The lovely man who we booked our day trip with, and his mum. Both of whom fed us wine, bread and cheese. Not long after we’d just eaten a massive khachapuri. #sofull

Exploring the old town. Blue tiled houses, dusty old cracked building and so many balconies.

A long delicious lunch in the hidden courtyard.

Getting a Georgian Uber back from the cool bar. He spent most of it reversing and it only cost 68p each.

Sunbathing and swimming in the sun. Floating in my back in the warm water.

Wandering the steep cobbled streets towards the funicular railway.

The cheese egg bread thing. So good. And the huge storm that happened half way through. And then the double rainbow that happened afterwards.

Our ridiculously lovely apartment in Tbilisi. With indoor hammock swing.

Hipster brunch

Learning Georgian – Arseybobs.

Incredibly first dinner. All the cheese, mushrooms dumplings and walnut sauce.

Making him come.

Lying on my bed with the dappled sun on the pillows, sort of napping whilst waiting to leave for the airport.

Weeeee we’re off to Georgia!

Booking all of Georgia.

The sneeze website.

Dancing to Whitney at home alone.

Texting Jonny at the table.

Packing for Italy and feeling good about my clothes choices.

The incredible looking apartments in Tbilisi.

Reading in bed, by the window with the newly leafy tree outside.

Cooking cooking cooking all day. I made so many new things and today!

Looking up stuff to do in Georgia. Including a stay in a fancy spa with its our aquarium?