However, the decrepit rust coloured leaves hanging from the branches skirted by pools of autumn gold underneath, sweet chill breath of wind blowing our silk skirts while being surrounded by dynasties’ remains – imagine yourself basking in such glorious and gorgeous setting. The little discomfort will definitely be the least of your worries.
While I succumb for words to perfectly describe the exact feeling, I know I was such on a high – probably the lack of sleep and coffee cups, or perhaps the unexpected tremendous love and support from family and friends, or moments of procrastinating, then, the challenge of cramming after, or simply the thought of being blessed for such opportunity, or a good mixture of everything.
Knowing my strong proclivity in intricacy, this will be a fusion of Asian countries mainly softness of silks and large prints in rich colors of East Asia, embroidery of South East Asia, and gold opulence of Arab countries.
A recent gallivant to Signagi District, easternmost part of Kakheti, on a subzero temperature and heavy snowfall was an opportunity to bring out my new favorite – coffee brown faux fur.
For an old little country – filled with UNESCO heritage sites and traditions, surrounded by fourth up to fifteenth century monasteries, fortresses, previously one of the battlefields in World War II – Georgia is a historical and geographical point of interest that has imbibed both European and Asian cultures.
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