Georgia isn't necessarily known for it's hot sulfur springs, but there are a few spots in the country that have a tradition of boiling yourself in hot stinky sulfurous water. We visited one such place and lived to tell the tale.
We've found that Georgians are really really proud of their food traditions. And rightly so. We take you on a short tour of Georgian food as we experienced it during our month there. Not included in this roundup of Georgian food: dozens of shapes of bread, regional cheeses and the cucumber tomato salad!
We try to take at least one walking tour in any new city, and we try to do it right after we arrive. So we were lucky enough again to connect with Intrepid Urban Adventures for their Tbilisi Traditions walking tour! One thing we learned quickly about Georgia: It's all about the food and the churches.
We had an amazing stay at the Pinn Hostel in the old part of Tbilisi. Read and see what made this hostel/hotel an amazing place to stay.