A last stroll
Having conducted a few interviews yesterday morning I made time in the afternoon for one last wander around town. There's a great charm about Tbilisi's architecture - be it the backyards of rustic carved wooden balconies and wrought iron staircases, imposing 19th century stone buildings, fragments of Art Nouveau, bizarre Soviet monoliths or shambolic apartment blocks made of literally anything available.
Unfortunately, I couldn't find the man I had passed on many ocassions who sold handmade wooden kitchen utensils. I really wanted to buy some wooden spoons from him. Huge spoons with cavernous scoops and roughly shaped - their imperfections were perfect. Next time.