23 November, 2022 seen 1,092Some time ago I made a post about how Amazon Associates are getting paid in the Republic of Georgia, I was wise enough…
Annual Winter Fair (Christmas charity fair) was held at Tbilisi's Radisson Blue Hotel on December 1, 2018
For many expats in Georgia, it has been already a tradition to visit this fair year. For me, this was already some sixth or seventh fair (as a visitor), maybe I should start selling hot wine in the next years (who knows)
Here are a few articles from the past: Christmas Charity Fair Tbilisi 2017, Christmas Charity Winter Fair in Tbilisi 2015, Christmas Charity Winter Fair in Tbilisi Sheraton Hotel, Christmas charity fair in Tbilisi
As usual, I took my DSLR camera, backpack and went shopping (this year was special, as it was the first fair for our little daughter).
Fair is a great place to buy great things and let's believe to help charity, as all earnings made during this fair is believed to be donated to charity. It should, after all. Winter fair was organized by International Women's Association Georgia (IWAG)
Kid books at British embassy stand
Bought a few reading books for the little fella.
Candles for sale at Winter Fair
Seems from Greece stand. If you will look closely you will notice a little hand waving to the camera (to visitors actually) in the right bottom corner. That's the first time our little princess waived to someone.
Our basket of goods after this year's Charity fair in Tbilisi
For years, our favorite stand has been the embassy of the United States of America, but this year the UK won our hearts (because of the children books). The bottle bak by the UK this year was pretty lame, but that's fine. See you at 2019 fair.