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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #800 on: March 12, 2019, 01:24:59 PM »
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Maxx for his hospitality  and his guidance.

I am now back from his beutiful Batumi...a smaller version of Sochi...an with my Russian partners in Tbilsi

 We had now power today..guys dug up the street..and the power went off, so after the laptops dead, we headed unto town to arrange for Misha to get a TB xray for his UK work visa

It cost 10 bucks...GREAT..we thought...but then he got a call to come back....Sorry..your xray will cost 7 times more ss the British require two senoir docs to verify the xtay and we must translate it using the UK format.... what a crock of BS..


At Maxx's suggestion I tried to open a Georgian bank account as my Russians will stay here longer and it is easier to provide to pay their rent, etc., in the locsl currency and I forgot to pay Maxx for the food he loaded the fridge with...so I can refund him, too.

It took 20 mins and the visa card should be ready tomorrow.

Will be interesting to see if I can send GBP to Georgia via paysend and if it is prompt.

Maxx has found a wonderful place to live and the people are friendly.

I am being thought the Georgian alphabet, but most people know Russian or English ( younger people) so no issues with communicating

Maxx and I visited two cities in Georgia that were temporarily occupied by Russia in 2008 ..the port of Poti and Gori..Stalin's birthplace.

Frankly, I found both towns  depressing, but Maxx found THE best Hachapuri and Harchou soup restaurant just ofc the main highway ..

Nothing can beat his find.

Photos to follow.. my dropbox will not load until 30 percent is on my battery.

Want to watch Mrs May get another kicking in Parliament and gave a good laugh at Trenchie's
expense ..Well, I would, but as I said...he did not accept my bet...knowing I would be right...))

Didi madloba, Maxx

Ooops Mrs May DID get a good kicking)))



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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #801 on: March 12, 2019, 01:43:51 PM »
We had now power today..guys dug up the street..and the power went off, so after the laptops dead, we headed unto town to arrange for Misha to get a TB xray for his UK work visa 

HO only recognises TB tests from Medical Center Cito in Tbilisi ... see
http://www.gov.uk/government/publications/tuberculosis-test-for-a-uk-visa-clinics-in-georgia/tuberculosis-testing-in-georgia

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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #802 on: March 12, 2019, 02:04:55 PM »
Thanks Blighty..THAT is where we went...The lady on reception WAS told what the test was for and thankfully someone woke up, there.






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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #803 on: March 12, 2019, 10:51:42 PM »


Things are good and cheap here, like dentistry, medical and banking services. You just got to watch to see if you get what you would expect in the West. They tend to cut corners here.

http://georgiastartshere.com/how-to-travel-budget-in-tbilisi/

Good site above.




I look forward to seeing the photos.

 

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