“I am Baia – a content writer, travel junkie, food lover and a passionate photographer. My love to travel and experiencing new cultures, traditions and customs made me realize that I want to make traveling a big part of my life. So in October 2014, I decided to pursue my dream and spend #213DaysInAsia, starting from Nepal and moving to South East Asia with a very close friend of mine-Mariam. I started this blog back then, but with a different name…The current one, Red Fedora Diary, comes from this trip. If you’ve been to that part of the world, you know how hot it gets. So to protect my health and body, I wore a red hat.”
Georgia, a country situated on the crossroad of Europe and Asia, perfectly mixes the aspects of both continents. Rich in culture, traditions, and history, there are lots of things to see and do here. The country boats with lush nature, breathtaking lakes, bustling coastal city, diverse cuisine, and beautiful hiking trails to name just a few. The country is still an undiscovered gem of the Caucasus. There are lots of people who know about the country, and even more who doesn’t. However, it’s getting more and more popular with different travel bloggers and massive travel publications that feature the nation in their listicles. Thus, tourism here is at the boom for such a small country, but there’s a need to improve the infrastructure to make traveling through the country more comfortable. Tbilisi, the capital, perfectly showcases the juxtaposition of old and new in its architecture. Here, the modern buildings pop up every month, while the centuries-old landmarks continue to stand and amaze the visitors. Narrow cobblestone streets, colorful wooden curved balconies, natural sulfur baths, lots of museums, bustling dining scene and great nightlife, is what awaits you here along with other gems of the city.