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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #28 on: November 08, 2017, 04:10:03 AM »

I thought they were coming to drop a net on me!





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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #29 on: November 08, 2017, 04:15:37 AM »



If the photo looks odd it is because I merged 2 photos together. This is what my apartment looks like while sitting on the sofa.



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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #30 on: November 08, 2017, 04:22:53 AM »
Taken off my bedroom balcony



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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #31 on: November 08, 2017, 04:45:55 AM »
I thought they were coming to drop a net on me!

'copter that carries it's own helipad?  An aid for picking out proper sized landing spots?  A new way of fishing? babe catcher?

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Nice pad and location Maxx!  Keep enjoying your expat life!

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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #32 on: November 08, 2017, 04:49:19 AM »
Thanks BC.  Tomorrow I start teaching English in a private school.

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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #33 on: November 08, 2017, 05:14:57 AM »
Maxx-

Awesome pictures! I'm back in my room and had to take 5 and post this. I'm impressed as I can see 5 crane towers in the short scape you captured. Things must be going well in Georgia. That's a good sign! Downtown LA have about 25 active crane towers, 18 of which are ours and no indication of slowing down. Great chance we'll expand up NoCal soon too.

I wanted to ask you what those things are on the foreground that looks like encasements or metal cages on the grassy lawns? Looks like some kind of exhibit.

Good to see you seem to find your niche out there. Double up on the mojo, man!

I'll catch up when I get back to town later this week. Have fun!


You ain't seen nothing yet. I got a ton of photos of beautiful and interesting things. Remember I am 11 hours ahead of you so while you sleep I can post.





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I'm back in my room and had to take 5 and post this. I'm impressed as I can see 5 crane towers in the short scape you captured. Things must be going well in Georgia. That's a good sign! Downtown LA have about 25 active crane towers, 18 of which are ours and no indication of slowing down. Great chance we'll expand up NoCal soon too.


If I had to estimate I'd put that number here of about 20. There is new high rise buildings going up all over Batumi. People buy them as investments to rent out. Many go between $20-$30K. These would be the one room ones without a bedroom and not close to the Sea. The one I am staying at has views directly looking at Black Sea and is a three minute walk to it. I'd estimate this one to cost at least $100K. I rent it off season at $400 a month.







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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #34 on: November 08, 2017, 05:36:34 AM »
Maxx,

That one water slide looks like a ski jump!


I can't figure that out either. If any body went off the end they'd break their necks for sure! It probably lets the person slide down and then back up the other side and so on until eventually they stop and get off. The water park is closed due to it being off season here.

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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #35 on: November 08, 2017, 06:19:34 AM »
I have same question as Boe.

And are there any Minarets in your area giving calls to prayer?
I know Orthodox Christian is majority religion, but still about 10% of population is Muslim.

And there is no sex with the women without a male family member present . . . right ??


I never seen or heard of any. The Muslims and Turks are common here. The ones I've met are seem like nice folks. Georgians and the other ethnic groups are for the most part peaceful and easy going. I have read Western women comment on how safe they feel walking the streets at night. I've lived here about a year and a half and have never felt threatened or had my spidey senses go off. I had a Ukrainian woman from Lviv recently stay with me for 3 weeks. She remarked how the broom in my previous apartment hallway hadn't gotten stolen like it surely would have in Ukraine. She also remarked about the lack of car alarms. She felt safe too although she was constantly getting propositioned by Georgian men. A few times right in front of me! (They knew I didn't understand Russian) LOL Georgian men tend to think Slavic and Western women to be loose and easy to lay. Georgian women are supposed to guard their virginity till marriage while the men think it is their duty to become experienced.


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And there is no sex with the women without a male family member present . . . right ??
 


I think you meant to say there is no courting or dating without a family member present. Here is a photo I use on my webpage on that.





The 'Patroni' and family follow close behind the couple in courtship. OK, this is from 'The Godfather Part 1' but it has application for Georgians and their women.


From what I understand from my questions to Georgian men and two Georgian women, there is all sorts of fudging on this rule, especially in the big cities. However it is a good idea to be careful with Georgian women as their men are protective and things are still old school here about family honor. I mean they practice sacrificing male sheep and lambs for special ocassions having the meat blessed by the priest with holy water. Georgia is NOT a good place to go to if you are chasing girls.


My landlady at a previous apartment jokenly proposed marriage to me telling me she didn't need to get permission to marry as she was the oldest in her family. I think she was half serious about the marriage. I understand she recently won the the Green Card lottery and is heading to New York City. I've had 3 Georgia women come on to me for that reason, America, Taya, Marina and Nino.   


The cost of living I'll get into that later.

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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #36 on: November 08, 2017, 10:24:55 AM »
Nice pictures.

Saakashvili made a lot for country. He cleaned out corruption.

To destroy corruption completely in our society is unrealistic, especially in the former USSR, but...

I think, this was the reason for his moving to Odessa.

Georgians speak of him with respect.
« Last Edit: November 08, 2017, 10:30:05 AM by Madlen »
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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #37 on: November 08, 2017, 10:58:33 AM »

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    And there is no sex with the women without a male family member present . . . right ??

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I think you meant to say there is no courting or dating without a family member present. Here is a photo I use on my webpage on that.

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No, I meant it exactly as I posted.
A male family member of the woman has to be present when you have sex with her . . . usually the brother.
It could be a sister . . . but then that would be kinky.
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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #38 on: November 08, 2017, 11:01:00 AM »
My camera a Nikon B500 has a 40 X lense and 80 X digitally. Got to admire his physique for a man in his what... 60's or 70's? Amazing! I took this photo from my balcony about 300-400 meters away
 

I don't remember giving permission to post my photo.
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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #39 on: November 08, 2017, 11:03:39 AM »
LOL you sexy beast!

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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #40 on: November 08, 2017, 11:06:52 AM »
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    And there is no sex with the women without a male family member present . . . right ??

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I think you meant to say there is no courting or dating without a family member present. Here is a photo I use on my webpage on that.

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No, I meant it exactly as I posted.
A male family member of the woman has to be present when you have sex with her . . . usually the brother.
It could be a sister . . . but then that would be kinky.


I never heard of that happening since the Middle Ages with royalty confirming that the marriage has been  consumated and is official.

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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #41 on: November 08, 2017, 09:44:05 PM »
. Got to admire his physique for a man in his what... 60's or 70's? Amazing! I took this photo from my balcony about 300-400 meters away
 


Eventually the men here are going to want to see what Georgian women look like.
There are people that will pass info about you and your family. Do not share info about yourself or share photos as they can search for you on the internet and distribute what they found since they are allowed to participate here.

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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #42 on: November 09, 2017, 12:49:33 AM »



I'll see if I can round up a few. My camera with the long range lens is new so I haven't had much chance to use it. But I decided I am not going to become like the late Jack even if I can operate undetected. When I photographed the couple on the beach two hundred yards away I felt creepy.
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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #43 on: November 09, 2017, 01:05:21 AM »









Here is the best I can do. I caught hell on another forum that I didn't turn my thread into babe watch thread.





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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #47 on: November 09, 2017, 01:22:20 AM »

Georgians speak of him with respect.

They do?

Why is there a warrant out for his arrest ? ;)

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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #48 on: November 09, 2017, 03:35:36 AM »
Why is there a warrant out for his arrest ? ;)

Fighting corruption.

I wrote about it. And in Odessa (Ukrain) he made the same activity. He destroyed many factions.
Corruption is octopus, it's dangerous to fight against it, but he fought.

Arrest warrants are written not by ordinary people.

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Re: My new life in the Republic of Georgia
« Reply #49 on: November 09, 2017, 03:44:03 AM »
They do?

Why is there a warrant out for his arrest ? ;)


I have been asking Georgians and one Russian woman that lives here about what they think of Saakashvili. I know only one Georgian that is 100% behind him. The Russian woman I just spoke to an hour ago that lives here told me most Georgians had a family member who was locked up when Saakashvili took power. The taxi driver I hired to help me with my move said in his estimation only about 20% of Georgians like him. I give him a lot of credit in squashing the corruption in government and police department. When Saakashvili because president he fired all the police and started hiring new recruits. He put into progress a huge building program and did wonders for this country. But he was very much into cronyism for HIS people. 

 

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