About Friends – Georgia About Says Thank You!

Georgia About is two months old and in that short space of time has made friends in 90 countries throughout the world. We take this opportunity to thank everyone who has regularly visited our blog, enjoyed the sights, the food, the architecture, our culture and history. Thank you also for your comments and your feedback.

Thank you for being a friend of Georgia About!

CLICK on the logo to visit GEORGIA ABOUT on Facebook and see photos and news about Georgia. Click LIKE on the page and become a friend of GEORGIA ABOUT.

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20 Responses to “About Friends – Georgia About Says Thank You!”
  1. what no Zimbabweans, I shall have to speak with my people, congratulations though.

  2. Annie Smith says:

    Your blog is really great, with stunning photography and interesting information! I didn’t know anything about Georgia until I visited your blog. Thanks

  3. Chancy and Mumsy says:

    Thank you for all the information and for sharing the fabulous pictures of beautiful Georgia. I love it and really enjoy seeing and reading all you post. Hugs

  4. Jodi Stone says:

    Congratulations!! I’m always in awe of people who can do this, I’ve been blogging for close to two YEARS and I don’t have these kind of stats. 🙂

  5. talya says:

    הבלוג שלך מקסים,אני לומדת על הארץ המיוחדת הזו דרך מאכליה המגוונים וטעימים ודרך הסיפורים והתמונות המעניינים מאוד.אני מודה לך ומאחלת הצלחה ואושר.
    טליה

  6. Dianda says:

    Wow, that’s a lot!

  7. Awesome Job!!! 🙂 THis is one great blog and I can why you have so many visitors! 🙂

  8. eripanwkevin says:

    Pleasure is all ours!!!! We enjoy reading and knowing about this beautiful country, Georgia!!! Thanks so much! 🙂

  9. Congratulations and you are welcome!! Your blog is quite wonderful 🙂

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