Sergey fell in love with Georgia
My name is Sergey and I’m from Latvia. I’m volunteer in youth organization “House of Hope”. During last year I lost any motivation to do something because of routine, it was so boring. I didn’t feel any progress. But when I came here, to Georgia, as volunteer, my thoughts changed. I “came back to life”. I saw so much new things, that helps me go out from this “routine” and let me be active, as I was before. New emotions, new experience, new people, new views. I start to watch on thing from another view.
During the 1st month I already fell in love with Georgia, because of people and nature. Here I feel really good, because all my stupid ideas was accepted. During every travel in Georgia I think “wow, how here is beautiful” and think that no more beautiful place in there world, but no. Next travel I saw another more beautiful view, that I saw before.
But one of the most memorable moment was at my birthday, when we come to the beautiful waterfall. How it was wonderful https://static.xx.fbcdn.net/images/emoji.php/v9/f5b/1.5/16/1f60d.png Honestly, never seen so amazing view before. Georgian nature impressed me so much.
During 1 week in eco village I was fully disconnected from civilization. Only nature, only “wild life”. That helps me to get all energy back and I found really good friend there.
|During 1 week in eco village I was fully disconnected from civilization. Only nature, only “wild life”. That helps me to get all energy back and I found really good friend there.|
People here are extremely friendly to guests but they are very crazy and I like it. Last time when I was hitchhiking in Georgia, there was one man one, which picked up me and my friend. He was craziest driver I ever seen. Smoking with one hand, eating hachapuri with another and holding steering wheel with legs. I have never got so much adrenaline before.
I can talk about Georgia 10000 hours, but not now. I definitely will come back to Georgia, because I think, that my soul will stay here.
EVS project “European Bridge In Our Mind” is financed by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union that in Latvia is administrated by Agency for International Programs for Youth. This publication reflects only the viewpoint of the author.