We were distributed into 4 teams and each one had to take responsibility for one room to repair and decorate it with own imagination. I really loved the fact that we were totally free in choice and could do anything we would love to do in the rooms that we were given. So it was the time to let our creativity flourish and we tried to do so!
Regarding Georgia, not a lot of people knew much about it. So, we the Georgian participants tried our best to introduce our country to others as comprehensively as possible and get them acquainted with our history. We even attempted to cook Georgian food which took us around one day because not any of the 3 of us has ever had any experience in cooking. But still, I think the dishes were not so bad, at least that's what our friends said!
Once 9 of us went to Estonia by bus and the others including me stayed at home to take the adventure to hitchhike to the same destination instead of traveling by a comfortable and safe transport. We the 3 adventure seekers (Camilla from Italy, Luka from Georgia and I) found a host on Couchsurfing, bought two tents and after work on Friday, at 3 PM we were off to the road to Estonia. Although it took us around two days to reach Tallinn, we loved the experience and did not really regret that we preferred hitchhiking over going by bus, because while sharing the ride with the drivers we would talk with them and by doing so we learned and heard more about the places were passing by from the natives.