Location: Tbilisi [Republic of Georgia]
On Monday, I took a bus and metro to change accommodation: $0.18. 45 minutes of transit on multiple transportation methods, and it still comes out super cheap.
I moved into a more expensive AirBnB on Monday. The bonus: the new location is a block away from the city’s largest market! Winning.
So I went a bit crazy on Tuesday. That includes a grocery store run, and a night out. The time at the bar includes dinner, several glasses of wine and a couple beers for the bartender. She has this not so subtle way of getting her patrons to buy her drinks. I’m clearly in the wrong profession….
Travel insurance: $5.03 per day.
VPN: $0.26 per day.
Amazon Prime: $0.33 per day.
This blog: $0.31 per day.
Skype: $0.08 per day.
Chase Sapphire Reserve: $0.41 per day.
Passport: $0.03 per day.
Pimsleur’s Russian: $0.71 per day.
On Monday, I bought a cutting board since the new AirBnB didn’t have one: $2.54. It’s a pretty nice wooden one, and is far cheaper than I expected.
On Tuesday, I bought a spatula ($3.62; which I later discovered I overpaid for), laundry detergent ($1.00), and a coffee/tea press ($3.44). The hidden expenses of moving into a new place….
Also on Tuesday, I bought a handkerchief: $0.72. Its purpose is to be placed over a lens of my reading glasses. My right eye has become seriously nearsighted from sitting in front of the computer for long stretches while my left has maintained 20/20 vision. So, I’m handicapping my eyes by wearing reading glasses while sitting in front of the computer. It’s amazing how your eyes adjust to their environment. After around 15 minutes with the glasses on, the visual acuity range increases dramatically. I just need to look like an idiot with handkerchief over my glasses. I haven’t been brave enough to try that in public yet.
So, not great, but not terrible either. And for the month….
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That’s actually pretty good too. See you all next week….