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Caucasus travel

7 things you must do in Tbilisi

By on April 13, 2016

Tbilisi is a magical city. I can feel it and see it every single time at any hour, be it during a day or night. I drive my car back and forth listening to Shokoladi (98.5 FM) and they play the Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees, and many more…


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8 poems from my second book

By on March 1, 2016

8 poems

ruptures (medley)
and another line deprives access to the sea

we stand on the pier paralysed like all

those stories about a group of friends honouring

the final wish of one dead rolling through countries and bars

cross crossroads with the promise of ashes scattered along the coast

but once there can’t do anything…


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Caucasus culture travel

Why it’s worth living in Georgia

By on February 8, 2016

A lot of people ask me what is all about and why it’s worth living in Georgia.
Georgia, like any other place in the world, is not for everyone. You can be impressed by Georgian blaze of colors, landscapes, openness and hospitality. You can be as well annoyed by Georgian chaos,…


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Caucasus culture

Sex in Georgia

By on February 2, 2016

I was single again when I decided to go to Georgia for longer. My friends, the dating experts for divorcees, welcomed that with a smirk and a question how I was going to handle these things. Some of my buddies were quite convinced I would go for multiple affairs…


Gamarjoba! I'm Krzysztof Nodar Ciemnolonski, 30-years-old nomad addicted to music, books, travel and adventure. I live in Poland and Georgia and run my own company in the travel industry. I usually write about Caucasus, it's history, culture and alternative art but You will find here a lot of texts about other topics and places.