4 Reasons You Should Make A Trip To The Country Of Georgia

Georgia and The Caucasus are still quite an unknown travel destination, but are slowly beginning to gain more recognition as more and more tourists make their way to this up and coming destination. Untouched nature, wine and cuisine that rivals the likes of Italian, Spanish, and French cuisine, along with a large population of young women who still have their femininity intact are only a few of the reasons Georgia tops the charts. Below are the top reasons why you should include Georgia in your next travel itinerary:

1. Costs Of Living Remains Low

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, Georgia’s GDP fell sharply, as with the rest of the FSU countries. Recovery started in the early 2000’s, and GDP has continue to grow each year since economic reforms have been brought in to place. Prices for goods inside of Georgia’s capital, Tbilisi, remain low for foreigners, and monthly rentals with great logistics can be had for only a few hundred dollars per month.

Local markets offer fresh produce at extremely low prices, and fresh local baked goods such as chachapuri (fresh bread with cheese baked inside) can be had a euro or less. There are a few large supermarkets that will contain many products imported from Germany and Europe, and of course since Russia is its largest trade partner, you won’t have any issue finding imported goods from The Motherland.

Once you get outside of the capital, prices are even cheaper, and taxis can be rented to drive long distances for as cheap as $40 to $50 a day (roughly 460km – 300mi miles), depending on your bargaining skills. Public transportation is even cheaper, and you can the true local experience by jumping in a marshutka (public van) and drive long distances for as cheap as a few dollars per ride.

Overall, you don’t even need to really watch your wallet too much while in Georgia. It’s pretty easy to keep spending low, while seeing the country and taking everything in it has to offer.

2. A Variety Of Vast And Untouched Nature

Georgian nature is some of the most raw and pristine that you will find left on earth. In the West you’ll have access to the Black Sea by visiting Batumi and other close cities. This is a great summer spot, where Georgian, Russians and other tourists flock to bask in the warm summer sun, swim in the warm sea, and take part in local festivals and music events that take place.

In the North and the East, you’ll find very mountainous regions to hike and explore, with cathedrals spread throughout dating back to as early as the 6th century. Visiting the Georgian Military highway along with hiking or driving to the top of Kazbegi, combined with a tour of the Tusheti region compares to no other trip you can take. Tbilisi itself boasts unique architecture that you will not find in any other place in the world, combined with excellent and easy to reach mountaintop views via the cities funicular (going back to price—less than $1 roundtrip!).

In the South, you have access to both Armenia and Azerbaijan where your exploration of The Caucasus can continue.

3. Traditional Women And Family Values Are Alive And Well

Over 80 percent of the Georgian population practices Eastern Orthodox Christianity. The women of Georgia are very traditional in their thinking, in that they want to raise a family, cook, clean and take care of their man—the same thinking that you will find throughout all of the FSU countries. It’s not uncommon for women in their mid to late twenties to still live at home with their family, only to move out once they get married.

Overall, the women are much more casually dressed when compared to other countries located in the Caucasus, especially in comparison with Armenia. Public affection in the form of kissing and hand holding doesn’t seem to be all that big, and you’ll normally find local parks loaded up with young couples hiding under the private coverage of foliage, being more intimate with one another.

Ratios in the nightclubs are generally not great, and those are not the type of women you’ll most likely be after in most cases anyway. Day game is the way to go, especially in Tbilisi, and most women have probably never been approached before in their lives. Younger generations are quite educated, interested in Western culture somewhat and can speak some English, while still maintaining their traditional values. The women of Georgia are most definitely more geared towards LTRs, making Georgia a great location to find quality women who have the highly sought after traditional mindset.

4. Food And Wine That Rivals Western Countries

Georgia is the oldest wine making country in the world, and its production dates back as far as 8,000 years. Georgians take a deep pride in their wine production, and a tasting of the many varieties of grapes that each region offers is a must. Tbilisi offers a selection of wine bars, offering wines from all over the country including hard to get bottles from smaller wineries. The best way to experience Georgian wine is to either get invited to a Georgian’s home and experience homemade wine along with a supra (literally meaning feast), or stop along your way while driving throughout the country to visit one of the many small roadside huts offering tastings and the option to purchase wine to go.

To go with the wine, Georgians have an extensive cuisines that focuses around baked goods as well as meat dishes paired with different herbs and spices. Being located at the crossroads of the ancient trade routes between the East and the West, Georgian cuisine takes a large influence from both spheres of the world. Walnuts, pomegranates, kidney beans, and cilantro are all staples that are blended in to the local dishes. Khachapuri Adjaruli (baked dough with a large stick of butter and an egg on top), Khinkhali (dumplings with meat, mushrooms, cheese, among other varieties), and Kharcho (a stew, with beef falling off the bone, combined with cilantro) are just a few of the many choices you’ll have.

The food is hearty, original, and will leave you coming back for more. Really, there’s not much of a reason to even cook at home while in Georgia, with the selection of great food at hand and the relatively cheap prices to boot.


Georgia is a combination of many unique factors that are hard to find in today’s world. The strong culture, nature and feminine women are a strong selling point for visiting this former Soviet republic, and are certainly the reasons that keep me coming back for more.

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120 thoughts on “4 Reasons You Should Make A Trip To The Country Of Georgia”

    1. Naw man, summer has officially come to South Georgia, the gnats are out in force today. If you want to sit outside in peace and not sweat, don’t come here until November because the gnats won’t leave you alone until then.
      For the really smart people out there, no we aren’t talking about THAT Georgia.

  1. The girl with the most perfect body that I have ever been with was from the Country of Georgia. God, it was fucking amazing. Physically, she was a perfect 10 to me. And she was one of those most curious and delightfully surprising of 10s in that she really only seemed like an 8.5 in her clothes. It wasn’t that she wore baggy clothes, she just never dressed skimpily or anything, never anything low-cut or revealing. She dressed very conservatively, always with a tight bra that hid how big and round her tits were, and, somewhat loose-fitting clothes that concealed how well-proportioned her curves were. Her ass was absolutely perfect. Taking her clothes off that first time was like unwrapping a Christmas present to find it was even better than you had imagined it could be. Ah, the memories. Good times, good times.

  2. Why is it that there’s always these random places that are great destination sites. Is it a good place to go, sure Bulut there’s better. Always. Why not go to places such as Bosnia. Look at the ancient pyramid that isn’t discussed and is hardly known to mainstream media. Go to Hungary, where tokaji the king of wines and the wine of kings is located along with the countless theal baths. Have an issue with being around endlesulticulture bs. Go to Hungary where they care about their borders. Like heart food, go to Hungary along with numerous other eastern European countries. Yes Georgia probably has good food and wine. But they don’t have tokaji and they don’t have ancient pyramids. Go tonplaces that the mainstream doesn’t want you to go. Why is it that numerous celebrities go to eastern Europe namely Budapest and it’s shrugged. Think about it. Go somewhere good no second hand.

    1. The endless elitest spell checks is frightening to my manhood… It’s a joke but if you get past the spell checks it should make sense.

  3. Good Article, I haven’t seen you write on here before, but I appreciate the Don Draper picture. He’s an Alpha who I don’t see get a ton of love in the Manosphere.

  4. Avoid Atlanta like the plague. Savannah though, gorgeous and great antique shopping. If you’re out in the woods for camping, bring firearms, wild hogs everywhere and they are not shy. The locals can be weird but if you have an appreciation for banjo music then it can be quite fun.

    1. God I hate Atlanta…and I like Savannah a lot. There’s a little motel there that I like to stay at near the downtown historical district. The Thunderbird Inn. Looks like a 1960s Vegas motel from the outside – pastel-colored doors of all different colors, they kinda look like Life Savers candy colors. Great appointments inside. The prices are awesome, and the price is right. Check it out, fellow travelers, if you get a chance…

      1. Anybody serious about antiques needs to hit Savannah. You can buy an entire Wyoming bar there if you want, furniture wise, and it’s always in mint condition. And it’s just gorgeous.

        1. Talk about slow-moving, sleepy, Old School charm. Not into antiques myself but I’ve heard you can get some steals there. I love that freakin’ motel. I order from this deli a few blocks away and sit on that ungodly comfortable bed and watch a good movie or two, and chow down on that thick Reuben sandwich with Southern potato salad. Man, it’s the little things in life…

      2. Ever been to Brunswick?
        It stinks. Like some of the worst stink you will ever smell. It’s from the GP paper mill. Was there once as a very young kid. With parents driving to Fla. We left the motel around 4 AM to get away from the stench.

        1. This was in the mid 70s and I can still smell it.
          Funny part was that non of the locals noticed it.
          My parents kept asking them (hotel staff, waiters, etc..) “what’s that terrible smell?”, and they only answered “what smell”?

        2. Apparently a common thing with paper mills. Hadn’t thought about it in a long time, but I used to spend a lot of time in a city with several paper mills. Rotting cabbage is the most vivid memory.
          Reading a bit here, seems to be related to sulfur compounds generated from the pulping process.

        3. “Like some of the worst stink you will ever smell. It’s from the GP paper mill. ”
          That sounds like Bogalusa, LA. Across the lake and an hour drive north of New Orleans. There’s a gigantic paper mill there.
          And the bitches? Shit! Better off jerking off, unless getting disease is your idea of fun.

  5. Great article. Love to read something different and about of the places I would know least about.
    That dish in the last picture loots delicious. I’m gona find out what it is !!

    1. It’s just a hollowed out bread roll (or shaped pizza base), with a breakfast filling.
      Essentially toasted cheese with a fried egg on top.
      Called “Adjarian Khachapuri”

      1. Brekky filling? Eggs, bangers, toast and haggis? I’m in.

        1. It’s very tasty. Served all over the former-USSR, or at least wherever I’ve been. It’s pretty hard to put down and it’ll make you really fat, though.

  6. Can to even get a VISA to visit there?
    Most of the Soviet (former or current) Bloc is almost impossible for normal western people to visit.

  7. Off-topic but goddamn it, this just really gets to me. Might as well post it here. This is an excerpt from the novel, “No Country for Old Men”. The book is much different than the film, and well worth a read. But this little excerpt sums up much of what is occasionally discussed around here at ROK – and it was describing the situation in Texas, back in around 1980, almost 40 years ago…
    “I read in the papers here a while back some teachers come across a survey that was sent out back in the thirties to a number of schools around the country. Had this questionnaire about what was the problems with teachin in the schools. And they come across these forms, they’d been filled out and sent in from around the country answerin these questions. And the biggest problems they could name was things like talkin in class and runnin in the hallways. Chewin gum. Copyin homework. Things of that nature.
    “So they got one of them forms that was blank and printed up a bunch of em and sent em back out to the same schools. Forty years later. Well, here come the answers back. Rape, arson, murder. Drugs. Suicide. So I think about that. Because a lot of the time ever when I say anything about how the world is goin to hell in a handbasket people will just sort of smile and tell me I’m gettin old. That it’s one of the symptoms. But my feelin about that is that anybody that cant tell the difference between rapin and murderin people and chewin gum has got a whole lot bigger of a problem than what I’ve got. Forty years is not a long time neither. Maybe the next forty of it will bring some of em out from under the ether. If it aint too late.
    “Here a year or two back me and Loretta went to a conference in Corpus Christi and I got set next to this woman, she was the wife of somebody or other. And she kept talkin about the right wing this and the right wing that. I aint even sure what she meant by it. The people I know are mostly just common people. Common as dirt, as the sayin goes. I told her that and she looked at me funny. She thought I was sayin somethin bad about em, but of course that’s a high compliment in my part of the world. She kept on, kept on. Finally told me, said: I dont like the way this country is headed. I want my granddaughter to be able to have an abortion. And I said well mam I dont think you got any worries about the way the country is headed. The way
    I see it goin I dont have much doubt but what she’ll be able to have an abortion. I’m goin to say that not only will she be able to have an abortion, she’ll be able to have you put to sleep. Which pretty much ended the conversation.”

    1. Fuck, that’s powerful right there. Now I need to get this novel.

        1. Downloaded, thank you my friend.
          Although I will probably go out and buy this if I find it great after reading it, because I like to pay men who do great things.

        2. I know what you mean. I’m the same way…maybe somebody else will want to read it online. It just loads, no download necessary. Here’s another little excerpt from the book that blows me away –
          “I’VE LOST A LOT OF friends over these last few years. Not all of em older than me neither. One of the things you realize about gettin older is that not everbody is goin to get older with you. You try to help the people that’re payin your salary and of course you cant help but think about the kind of record you leave. This county has not had a unsolved homicide in forty-one years. Now we got nine of em in one week. Will they be solved? I dont know. Every day is against you. Time is not on your side. I dont know as it’d be any compliment if you was known for second guessin a bunch of dopedealers. Not that they have all that much trouble second guessin us. They dont have no respect for the law? That aint half of it. They dont even think about the law. It dont seem to even concern em. Of course here a while back in San Antonio they shot and killed a federal judge. I guess he concerned em. Add to that that there’s peace officers along this border gettin rich off of narcotics. That’s a painful thing to know. Or it is for me. I dont believe that was true even ten years ago. A crooked peace officer is just a damned abomination. That’s all you can say about it. He’s ten times worse than the criminal. And this aint goin away. And that’s about the only thing I do know. It aint goin away. Where would it go to?”
          “And this may sound ignorant but I think for me the worst of it is knowin that probably the only reason I’m even still alive is that they have no respect for me. And that’s very painful. Very painful. It has done got way beyond anything you might of thought about even a few years ago. Here a while back they found a DC-4 over in Presidio County. Just settin out in the desert. They had come in there of a night and graded out a sort of landin strip and set out rows of tarbarrels for lights but there was no way you could of flown that thing back out of there. It was stripped out to the walls. Just had a pilot’s seat in it. You could smell the marijuana, you didnt need no dog. Well the sheriff over there — and I wont say his name — he wanted to get set up and nail em when they come back for the plane and finally somebody told him that they wasnt nobody comin back. Never had been. When he finally understood
          what it was they was tellin him he just got real quiet and then he turned around and got in his car and left.”
          “When they was havin them dope wars down across the border you could not buy a half quart mason jar nowheres. To put up your preserves and such. Your chow chow. They wasnt none to be had. What it was they was usin them jars to put handgrenades in. If you flew over somebody’s house or compound and you dropped grenades on em they’d go off fore they hit the ground. So what they done was they’d pull the pin and stick em down in the jar and screw the lid back on. Then whenever they hit the ground the glass’d break and release the spoon. The lever. They would preload cases of them things. Hard to believe that a man would ride around at night in a small plane with a cargo such as that, but they done it.”
          “I think if you were Satan and you were settin around tryin to think up somethin that would just bring the human race to its knees what you would probably come up with is narcotics. Maybe he did. I told that to somebody at breakfast the other mornin and they asked me if I believed in Satan. I said Well that aint the point. And they said I know but do you? I had to think about that. I guess as a boy I did. Come the middle years my belief I reckon had waned somewhat. Now I’m startin to lean back the other way. He explains a lot of things that otherwise dont have no explanation. Or not to me they dont.”

        3. Fuck, now I need to get this book. And you need to tag that Mexican maid. It’s a perfect exchange.

        4. Haha! I am leaning toward tagging her. Probably my last day here. Will keep you posted on that.
          But this research I just did literally (Hitler) blew my mind, and I can’t wrap it around the whole damned thing as yet…but here it is…
          In “No Country for Old Men”, as mentioned in the second excerpt from the book that I posted above, the author describes the murder of a Federal judge, by a mob hitman. (The book is supposedly a novel, but the killing of the judge allegedly happened). It allegedly happened, in San Antonio, Texas, back in 1978 – just as Cormac McCarthy describes in his novel. The name of the judge was John H. Wood Jr. The name of the hitman was Charles Harrison…
          Charles Harrison was the father of actor Woody Harrelson. Woody Harrelson played Carson Wells (a hitman), in the movie version of “No Country for Old Men”. And if that isn’t enough to blow the average person’s mind, in addition, Woody Harrelson’s mother’s maiden name was…wait for it…Oswald.
          Anybody who can put that puzzle together, I’ll buy ’em a night at a Vegas strip club, complete with a horizontal refreshment session with the hooker (I mean stripper) of their choice. Whatever it adds up to, it sure as hell isn’t a “coincidence”. And that’s for damned sure.

        5. Thanks for sharing the excerpts. I never saw the movie, but now I want to read the book. Like GhostOfJefferson, I want to pay great men, too. I’ll get it at Kindle Store.
          Again, thanks-a-million!

      1. Knowing as little as I know about you, it’s very much worth your time, sir. I think young men (the ones with balls and brains still intact) need to read this book. The film was very well done. The book is a whole other level though.

      2. Cormac McCarthy is a “big deal” author apparently. I think the only interview (public on TV) he’s ever done is on Oprah. He wrote a bunch of novels. VERY dark themes…He wrote “The Road” which was made into a movie. “Blood Meridian” –made into a movie … The “Texas Border Trilogy” also made into film… Very violent and dark his books..

        1. The Road was amazing. I didn’t think that a modern author had the ability to elicit emotion in me until that.

        2. That interview was filmed in the library of the Santa Fe Institute in Santa Fe, New Mexico. That’s my mom’s office.

    2. I was given this book as a present from a very good friend some time after the Coen brothers film came out. The film was a great homage to the book I think. The book. I keep having to come back to it because of the nuances and little details I keep getting the deeper I dig. I love it. The writing.
      ^Thanks for sharing.
      *This same friend recommended Blood Meridian which I have yet to sink my teeth into. I did pick up and read through The Road though. The Road….helped a lot when my own Dad passed on a few years ago.*

      1. Hey my pleasure…same here, there’s some deep shit in that book. Things hiding in plain sight, and in between the lines. Like the part where Carson Wells (Woody Harrelson) stumbles upon this lady who had been murdered across the street from a hotel, due to random gunfire, apparently. And a stray bullet had gone through one of the days on a wall calendar behind her. And Wells’ character knew that was a sign. The date was three days in the future. Sure enough, that’s when Chigurh shoots Wells. And of course those dreams that Ed Tom Bell recounts, at the end of the film (and the book). Chigurh is considered to be crazy by pretty much all who encounter him. But he makes a lot of sense, when he talks about philosophy with mystical overtones…great stuff.
        I love these three lines by Chigurh –
        “If the rule you followed brought you to this, of what use was the rule.”
        “Well, I got here the same way the coin did.”
        “You’ve been putting it up your whole life, you just didn’t know it.”

        1. Chigurh is compelling because it’s like the Devil (my take) dropping truth bombs we mortals (the players in the book) are too blind or prideful to notice.
          Hubris (in the form of the war veteran Llewyn Moss) cannot overcome the mortal limitations of our abilities and sight. Hence, the river of consequences and outcomes that occur.
          Tom Bell is the grizzled protector/prophet who has seen the Promised Land turn into a more corrupt landscape over generations. (Tommy Lee Jones and Josh Brolin are superb in the film).

        2. I was just thinking the same thing, about Chigurh being like the Devil. A mortal version. He’s committed to manifesting his own intent. While everyone else around him is playing roulette with their lives. He’s like a spiritually enlightened seer who happens to be a hitman. And yes, Brolin and Jones were great…as was Javier Bardem. I thought the Coen brothers did the book a great service. A lot had to be cut out. Would rather have seen it become a mini-series (or installment series of some sort on TV), but hey, it’s a minor complaint.

        1. Really? I’m intrigued as to how this will come about. I can comprehend a mini series format. I suppose it depends on how faithful they want to be to the source material.

    3. I also find it amusing at how shrill the feminists are about the possibility of losing the right to abortion while most women today fret about stuff such as the ability to find a decent man whose not a blue pill pussy and unemployed and being able to afford to have a family without a 40 year home mortgage and student debt payment plan.
      I have numerous enlightened leftist friends and childlessness is common in their children’s homes. One married a woman whose unable to have children. Another wound up being dumped by a series of women (despite being handsome and gainfully employed). The daughter wound up unmarried and childless. Another one lived under a bridge (I’m not making this up) after his girlfriend kicked him out and also childless.
      The left is seething now with anger that perhaps their solution to the right wing problem of low white birthrates is affecting their own electorate more than the right wing.

    4. ….which is basically a pro-life statement actually-by the old man that is…a society that doesn’t protects its weakest members-babies in the womb-will also not protect the very frail bedridden elderly…

  8. I like Savannah pretty good, and the mountains are okay, but y’all can keep Atlanta. Ain’t nothin’ but a mess of nigras and perverts.

    1. How cool is is that we’re all trolling this?
      And author, man, your article was great man. Seriously. On point. To get the smokin’ and jokin’ crew on board is good luck.

      1. No doubt your data are accurate. But compared to Atlanta, Savannah is not a perpetual traffic jam, and the population is not entirely pansexual freaks. Irrespective of racial composition.

        1. Other 10% comprised of Kasich’s Somali pals?
          Trump saved IN and SC by putting its toxic governors into useless positions. If only he could make Kasich into Postmaster General.

        2. If I wasn’t so tied down here, I would seriously make a fact-finding trip to your area, with a possible relocation in mind. You always make it sound VERY appealing, and I trust your statements about the place
          Ideally I would like somewhere 98-100% white, but I think that’s almost impossible to find now unless you only consider towns of about 10k peeps or less. And even some of those are little burgs with unaffordable housing and taxes.

        3. So? The state of West Virginia is over 99% White, yet its still a hellhole.
          Your focus should be on the quality of people, not their race ethnicity. There is good and bed in each group.
          Atlanta has a high percentage of educated Black folks with decent family structure. It`s easy to co-exist with them. (Atlanta also has a prospering economy)
          On the other hand West Virginia is infamous for uneducated, violent White Hillbillies. (And WV is the poorest state in the nation anyway)
          Which one would you rather live next to?

        4. I wasn’t talking to you, sonny. My reply was for GOJ.
          And I would choose WV over Apelanta any time.
          Now go away. Your cliche-laden propaganda bores me.

  9. Thing I never understood about Georgia… why do they call them “palmetto bugs?” Aren’t they just cockroaches?

    1. Yeah they are. They probably call ’em that, for “feel good” purposes…tourism-related purposes, perhaps. I lived in Florida a couple of times, and once I went to shave, and this fucking insect the size of a small rat was chowing down on my shaving cream – Palmetto bug (aka, a really huge cockroach).

      1. They say if you cut the head off one of those suckers, they can live for a week before they die of thirst.

        1. I wouldn’t be surprised. The ones I saw, they looked like they could fly off with your pet poodle…

        2. Thank God…I could see the dog howling and quivering as six big Palmettos whisked it off to Purgatory…

  10. Problem with Roosh and his ilk promoting new “pussy paradises”, is that these places then get flooded with fuckboys sex tourists, who then ruin the same women they think are so great. They are systematically playing into the hands of the globalists.

    1. Doesn’t require Roosh. The Muslim migration into Germany and Sweden, and the immigration of Indians to Canada, is the same thing on a larger scale.

    2. I’ve pointed that out as well. Roosh should have lived, and taught, how to be a PUA in the states which is already ruined. Poland is one of the few places that’s not ruined (yet) and is also quite civilized but that is changing. Due to drunks from GB flooding in on Easyjet, the local Polish women are pretty hard to game (especially since most of them now can travel through the EU freely unlike 20 years ago.)

    3. Fuckboy is a slut feminist term. Do you have a vagina?
      Any country/culture that can’t resist male strangers isn’t that good in the first place.

  11. There is no greater misfortune for a man than to be governed by his wife: in such case he is neither himself nor his wife, he is a perfect nonentity.
    -Napoleon Bonaparte on women.

  12. I don’t want to visit any place that has had rebels and ethnic cleansing in the recent past. Is the countryside still covered in land mines?

    1. So you won’t visit such a country, yet you have no problem with living in America, which fucks up and kills innocents in other countries everyday?
      Spare us your virtue signalling

    2. If you stay out of the breakaway regions, the main part of Georgia should be just fine.

  13. The Mademan channel on Youtube used to be the quitessential guide for being a modern gentleman in this era of degeneracy

  14. With all the competition out there Alexisjharper, I didn’t know being a cam girl could pay so much.

    1. You are a comic genius. Don’t let anyone tell you differently. Do you do any material about kangaroos and Austria?

  15. Any red light districts there? Or better off on the way there in Germany at hotel in frankfurt? Always like to fuck hookers to gain up self confidence before i go fuck actual women requiring game.

    1. Never been but I met a peace corps dude who was sent there. They have hookers and cost a little under a hundred dollars (though he said he was ripped off). Good luck sleeping with non-pros, he implied you’re gonna have a tough time.

      1. Getting ripped off by hookers or their pimps in former Soviet republics is a real danger, meaning that they’ll entice you with the prospect of sex, then take your money (including possibly robbing you of all the money you have on you, as well as your passport) and then laugh at you as you sputter in indignant rage, and of course without you getting any sex. It happened to guys I know. It’s not worth the risk.

        1. Karelian Republic and Czech Republic (okay, the latter isn’t a FSR, but it’s a former Warsaw Pact member).

        2. The Czech Republic incident was back in 1990. It may be different there now. Also the pimps in that situation weren’t locals – they were Gypsies from the Armenian S.S.R.

    1. The vibe that I got when I was there in 1990 was that any foreigner who tries that shit on one of their women risked getting his throat cut. I advise any PUA’s going there to be VERY careful about that. Be very polite and err on the side of caution. In Russia a big percentage of mafiosos are from the various nationalities of the Caucasus Mountains, including Georgia.

      1. Yeah, better to treat any country you visit as if you’re a guest in someone’s home.

      2. Indeed, it’s a pretty tough, traditional country. Nonetheless, I’d love to visit it someday before it gets ruined by tourism.

      3. I have that impression too. Not that I’ve been to Georgia, but from the rep that the Caucasus has in the rest of the former USSR. When Russians are afraid of them and think they’re crazy, you know they’re pretty hardcore.

        1. I don’t get the impression that Russian men are afraid of them but they (Russians ) often despise the people from the Caucasus region, regarding them as violent low-life trash who need to be forcibly kept in line – anyway, this is what I have read and been told.

  16. I’ve been to the land of Sakvartvelo (which is what the Georgians call their country in their own language, which is not related to any other language on earth ). It’s an interesting and ancient nation.
    Some pretty young Georgian girls singing a folk song:

      1. I have mixed feelings about that country myself – on the positive side it’s an interesting and ancient land with some beautiful mountain scenery and good wine, but on the negative side there was this somewhat tense feeling that I had that I was in the midst of a population of not-quite-European, not-quite-Middle-Eastern people, around whom I had to carefully watch my speech and mannerisms. It’s a traditional macho culture where the outward expression of masculinity is very important, so therefore I, as an outsider, felt that I had to be polite at all times while simultaneously maintaining a tough aloof exterior. I was successful at this to the point that during some haggling that my friends (all Americans) were doing with some local black marketeers in Tbilisi, and in which I had no interest beyond a mild curiosity, one of the black marketeers, a young Russian guy, told me that his girlfriend (who was present) was afraid of me because she thought that I was Georgian – in spite of my mostly- Finnish and partly-Russian ancestry. He liked me and asked me if there was anything that he could give to me as a gift, so I told him yes, a knife for self-defense because I didn’t feel safe walking around Tbilisi unarmed at night. So he went away and returned with a folding knife that I kept in my pocket during my trip. But that was back in 1990, and I don’t know how it is over there now.

    1. Georgia offers visa-free access to most Westerners. Most ex-Soviet republics do now, in fact, including Kazakhstan. Just get your passport and go.

  17. During the Sochi Olympics, there was some news of Putin encroaching on Georgia. Ofc, Putin’s “intervention” in Ukraine pushed that out of the news.
    What ever became of that?

  18. Mistaking (even jokingly) the country of Georgia for the US State of Georgia is not funny. It shows a lack of education…
    Visited both places. The city of Atlanta in Georgia is the best city to visit in the American South. (Visited the city in 2012)
    Tbilisi, the capital city of Georgia is also worth a visit. Interesting architecture, generally welcoming people (with exceptions), interesting cuisine. (Visited the city during an international conference in 2009). However, for idiots who think Tbilisi will be good for their next “stag Party” (Like they used to do it in Prague/Budapest/Tallinn), forget it. Georgian families tend to be protective of their daughters. Unless you want to marry one, you can forget about them. Ignore that advice and you may end up on a wrong end of the butcher knife…

    1. I grew up with Georgians, very familiar with their culture, might even have Georgian blood. Shoot, I even look Georgian. I can say that being “protective of their daughters” is very much on point. Also, men are true providers and women are revered in this culture. Don’t expect a meek wife, either. There are a lot of subtleties that are not visible to the visitor’s eye.
      And comments about a throat cut..well..Georgians are a hot blooded bunch. Knives can and do come out and especially so if the honor of a woman is involved.

  19. The last thing Georgia needs are sex tourists using “day game” to seduce local girls.

  20. i agree to this article, but i disagree with point 3)
    i know a lot of georgian ladies who cames in Italy to find a better life, usually they come here to find job and many of there spread the nazifemminism culture once they goes back to their country where usually they give money to their lazy husbands and for their kids.
    In the capital city, Tbilisi, the western culture is on the rise, the feminism poison and the capitalistic view too, good luck to find a decent lady, as usual, you are fine as long as you have money, however, due Georgian culture, you will always seen as a foreigner and with suspect, in many Tbilisi discos i’ve found many bad sides already seens in Kiev.
    Keep in mind that here, due their ancient culture, young women used to be kidnapped in daylight to become wife! usually they used carpets in ancient days, lol, so consider such sides if you want to deal with Georgian ladies.

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