Expat Living in Tbilisi, Georgia!



What is your experience as an American whose expat living in Tbilisi what’s welcome that you’ve experienced and what’s the welcome I can expect if I visit the republic of Georgia?



Yes I would say coming to Tbilisi in Georgia has been one of the most welcoming countries I’ve ever visited and I think, it probably goes back to their old proverb – ‘ every guest is a gift from god’.


They really truly believe that every person and tourist visiting here is somebody that they should welcome with open arms give them a good Georgian experience and the locals here are extremely friendly.



I would say the culture is one of the most welcoming countries that I’ve ever visited and I guarantee if you come here you’ll really get along well with Georgian people.


Thanks, Mike Swigunski, I thanks so much for a peek at Georgia, and best wishes with your work as the author of a global career how to work anywhere and travel Forever.



Thank you so much for having me on rick looking forward to meeting up with you one day here in Tbilisi , Georgia. Sounds great, you can listen to mike’s earlier interviews about living as a digital nomad link are in the notes for this week’s show at ricksteevs.com radio



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The world is a big place, and there are so many amazing destinations to explore. But if I had to pick one, I would say Tbilisi, Georgia. It’s got everything from beautiful temples to delicious street food and an amazing nightlife scene.

I love visiting new places and exploring the world. It is so much fun to see what everyone has to offer and what I can learn from their culture. I also love the feeling of being a digital nomad, working when I want, where I want, without restrictions.

I am not sure if there is such a thing as my favorite digital nomad destination but if there was it would be Georgia. This is one of the most beautiful places that I have ever been to with an amazing culture and friendly people.