To build a strong team and reward our stuff for their hard work, we have team building trips each year. But this year is very special because this time we have been to Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia.
It’s one of the most popular places to visit in the Caucasus.
We have spent there four lovely days, visited several beautiful places, such as — Jvari Monastery, Holy Trinity Cathedral and a village of Mtskheta. These are one of the oldest places of Tbilisi.
And of course, we really enjoyed local foods and the people were extremely nice.
Right now, we are back to the office with great emotions and good memories, and we ready for the new projects and bigger challenges!
The OrbitSoft team has recently embarked on a new adventure! This time, we set off for the hospitable Pyatigorsk, followed by the wondrous nature of Kislovodsk and Karachaevo-Cherkasiya, the famous springs of Essentuki. We had three days to fully enjoy these natural wonders!
Our first stop was the Kislovodsk Park, which is the second in size in all of Europe. It boasts a valley of roses, Narzannaya Gallery, an aerial tram, and amazing vistas toward the greenery of the Caucus Mountains. Six hours flew by in the blink of an eye!
We spent our second day of the trip at Medovie Vodopady waterfalls. This awe-inspiring place is located in the sunny republic of Karachaevo-Cherkasiya. Medovie waterfalls are made up of a whole cascade of waterfalls of different sizes. The height of the tallest one reaches 18 meters. We were astonished by the beauty and force of these falls.
After a lunch of local delicacies, we continued on our way. However, we were not able to leave this place just yet. We encountered beautiful horses, a large herd of lambs, and even some friendly deer! This is not something we would ever see at home!
Our final stop was the Castle of Deviousness and Love. It takes its name from a legend about a star-crossed love affair between the daughter of a local nobleman and a sheep herder.
Thus, our spring break in the Caucasian Mineral Waters came to an end. We left with tons of great experiences and a desire to come back soon!