I had a lovely weekend in Tbilisi. I was taken to the edge of the city to a place called Kus Tba - it means Turtle Lake in Georgian.
It was a little bit cold up the mountain, but I loved it.
I saw lots of birds and frogs and even went searching for Gnomes and turtles… I will not tell you here if I found any! 🙂
David, the kind man who is looking after me at the moment, also bought me a lovely lunch. I had a coffee so big that I could have swam in it and a local ‘pie’ called khajapuri. It is dough, shaped like a boat and inside is a lot of cheese, egg and butter. It was so big, but I managed to eat it all. Of course, I finished, as always, with ice cream!
After our walk around the lake, David took me on a cable car. I was a little bit scared to be going down in the small cabin, but I was very excited also! We got to the bottom safely and it was so much fun that I wanted to go on it again and again!
David says he will take me to other places this week, before I travel to my next destination.
I am a little lost bear. I have lost my owner, my friends, my home and my memory. I do have some cloudy memories of a little girl but I cannot see her face when I close my eyes. I cannot remember anything else about my life apart from that.
I think my name is Jumble. That was the name given to me by the old lady who found me.
I am trying to find my way back home using the postal service as a way to travel around the world.