I'll probably write several posts about the trip, but in a nutshell, it was a beautiful country, and we loved the food. We weren't entirely lucky with either the weather or our guesthouse owner/tour operator, but we had a good time in spite of both.
As often happens when I travel, I saw lots of animals I wished I could adopt and take home with me. I photographed a good number of them, and today's post is dedicated to them.
|Proof that cats are largely the same everywhere.|
|Okay, the snail isn't a furry friend per se, and I was happy to leave it behind in Georgia, but it was still pretty cool.|
|I'm a fairly dedicated cat person, but I liked this dog, who peacefully followed us for a while in Mtskheta.|
|Acrobatic Cat #1|
|Acrobatic Cat #2|
This cat found us later on in the walk. It seemed very interested in me, which made us wonder if it could smell the cat who was sitting on my lap earlier. I decided not to press my lucky by letting yet another stray cat sit on me.
This concludes the tour of Georgia's animals. Stay tuned for more posts about sites, and all that other stuff the guidebooks tell us about!