Barbados vs Tbilisi

Barbados 🇧🇧
Tbilisi 🇬🇪
Population 110,000 1,108,700
Official language(s) English, Bajan Creole Georgian
Level of English Very high Low
Main airport Bridgetown/Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI) Tbilisi International Airport (TBS)
Most common months to visit November - May March - June
Currency BBD - Barbadian dollar ($) GEL - Georgian Lari (₾)
Credit cards Accepted in some places, cash also needed for smaller businesses Accepted everywhere
Remote worker visa Yes Yes
Average monthly costs $2702 $1462
Rent $1054 $752
Groceries $234 $112
Dining out $345 $169
Cafe $75 $45
Coworking space $321 $125
Mobile internet $49 $4
Public transportation $35 $8
Taxis $106 $14
Shared bicycles and scooters $0 $27
Sport and cultural events $37 $21
Museums and sights $36 $9
Nightlife $96 $53
Gym $86 $33
Yoga $130 $37
Massage $99 $53
SIM card options Digicel Magti GSM, Geocell, Beeline
Tipping 10 - 15% usually included in restaurants, add 10 - 15% at bars 10% usually included in bill, not expected at bars or cafés.
Taxi apps None available Yandex, Bolt
Tap water Not drinkable Not drinkable
Overall cuisine Bajan cuisine features an eclectic mix of European, Asian, and Caribbean styles resulting in bold, tasty and crunchy meat or fish dishes with lots of spices, lime juice, thyme and salads laden with local vegetables and hot side dishes. Cuisine of the Caucasus meets regional diversity in Georgia. Emphasis on spices and meats (poultry, beef, pork and mutton) as well as soups and creams.
Local food specialities Cou-cou and flying fish, fish cakes, cutters, pudding and souse, macaroni pie, conkies, Bajan black cake, sea eggs Kachapuri, kuchmachi, khinkali, chikhirtma, kharcho with gomi, jonjoli
Eat like a local Food trucks, pubs, seaside street food, roadside carts, local seafood restaurants, smaller traditional restaurants and rum shops Small local restaurants, open bars, terraces and wine bars
Vegetarian / vegan options 14 options on HappyCow 10 options on Happy Cow