A Week of New Happenings in Ozurgeti

How about in four days I:

Monday: I officially found out my placement, organization, and host family situation!

Tuesday: All volunteers traveled to Bazaleti (one hour outside of Tbilisi) for the Director’s conference, where each PCV met their new counterpart either in a school or NGO.

Wednesday: Von (education PCV) and I drove to the other side of the country to be introduced my new host families in Ozurgeti. Last night, I met my new host mom, dad, brother (8 years old), and sister (12 years old). My new host mom speaks fluent Russian and used to be a Pediatrician, so I’m hoping she can teach me a few key phrases and words before I bounce around to other parts of Georgia and Eastern Europe!

Thursday: My directors and I toured my new city, Ozurgeti, and the office. I also have plans to meet my fellow volunteers in the Guria region… Big day folks!

 


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More updates and pictures to come, but in the meantime, here are more resources on Guria/Ozurgeti…

 

Wikipedia – Ozurgeti

Wikipedia – Guria

Guria News (Only in Georgian but plenty of photos and videos)

Wikitravel – Ozurgeti

 

 

Disclaimer: the contents of this blog are mine personally and do not reflect any position of the United States Government or the Peace Corps.

 

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Jessica Craven works as an Individual and Organizational Development Volunteer in the Republic of Georgia. The contents of this Peace Corps blog are the intellectual property of Jessica Craven and do not reflect the position, opinion, or views of the U.S. Government or the Peace Corps.