Posted by on 10/04/2018

So this is the second leg of our holiday journey and I will spare you a lot of details as pictures certainly appeal better to most of people.

We borrowed a car, very good for Georgian roads but apparently a bit too small for us four with the luggage, etc. Hence our hold luggage is not quite in the hold but on the roof, still holding quite well ๐Ÿ™‚

Our aim was to get to Batumi by car as we had our place to stay booked there. Yet, Kutaisi (the old capital of Georgia) was on our way so it was a good idea to stop there to see things around… Totally worth it!

In the main square at Kutaisi, just in the centre of a big roundabout!

From Kutaisi, the wise choice was to explore the Prometheus Cave

Just one of the lovely pictures… You can see much more in the section below.

And, another short trips of ours was to see the Shaori Reservoir… and to have a swim there!

Swimming in the Shaori Reservoir with children…

Having spent in Kutaisi and its neighbourhood just a few days, we moved on to the Black Sea, to Batumi, where we were supposed to spend about a week.

Sunset in Batumi…

We did not quite like the buzzing atmosphere of Batumi, possibly after Tbilisi we were looking for some quiet space… So we decided to move on to Sarpi ๐Ÿ™‚ at the Black Sea and on the border with Turkey.

On a beautiful beach of Sarpi… great for freedivers!

We went to Batumi on a few occasions, mostly in the evening, but also went to other beautiful places like this famous waterfall.

Makhuntseti Waterwall

So, I guess that was quite another great week or so… Have a look at the galleries below as they really show the real Georgia!

If you would rather prefer to see the gallery in a in an un-embedded new tab or window, please click HERE for Kutaisi and HERE for Batumi. This displays the gallery in a much nicer and easier to view way ๐Ÿ™‚

If you like the lovely pictures, share freely with others on Facebook or other social media, and hopefully you also like the following parts of our Georgia adventure… Watch this space!

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