Location: Tbilisi [Republic of Georgia]
Friday, Monday and Thursday are metro trips at $0.19 per trip.
On Sunday, I stayed out until the morning, and ended up taking a taxi home. The driver charged me 50% more than what the most expensive fare should have been (which is itself twice what a normal fare is). So I basically paid 3 times a normal rate. I was very annoyed.
The rate for this month is $5.67.
I was actually pretty surprised. With all the debauchery on Sunday night, I figured I would have spent a lot more. What can I say? Georgia is cheap.
Travel insurance: $8.64 per day.
VPN service: $0.13 per day.
Amazon Prime: $0.33 per day.
On Monday, my local phone carrier renewed my pay-as-you-go plan: $0.50.
Also on Monday, I forgot to pay the balance on one of my travel cards, and was slapped with a late fee of $25. Ouch! I need to set a reminder or something so that doesn’t happen again.
On Tuesday, I topped up my data for my local carrier: $11.64 for 15G of data. I’m not complaining….
On Wednesday, had a few bank statements printed: $1.49. More on that when I write part 2 of Banking in Georgia.
So it wasn’t terrible, but it also wasn’t fantastic. I blame my own stupidity for forgetting my credit cards have payment dates. Next week should be better. Until then….