New hostel where music is thriving!

New hostel where music is thriving!

Transfer to hostel near Tbilisi Conservatory

Today I moved to a new hostel. The name is Mussica hostel. After checking out of Fabrica hostel in the morning, I joined a meeting on the couch. We chatted in the study session. Then some time passed, so I went to Mussica hostel in time for the check-in time at 3:00 pm. Muusica hostel, as the name suggests, is a really musical hostel with a piano.

The entrance there was locked and I did not know which number to press, so I called What’s upp. So I asked him to come to the entrance. He really looked like a band member. He was really nice and showed me how to open the door and everything.

Then I showed him my passport at the reception! He was so surprised and said I love Japan! So I thanked him. Then he called me Kota. He is really kind. He showed me the place one by one. He showed me the bathroom, the bath, the kitchen, and even the bed. I was really nervous at the first place.



The hostel had a piano and the caretaker played it.

I was taking a short rest on my bed when I heard the sound of a piano, so I went over to the receptionist and found him playing. I ordered a free bottle of Speravi wine, which was called “welcome wine” at the reception. While I was drinking it, I was listening to him play the piano.

I didn’t know what song it was, but it was really wonderful. Apparently, he plays guitar and sings, and working at the hostel is his hobby. And he is a video editor by profession. What a cool job, I thought.



So I talked with him for about 30 minutes. He said he wanted to work in England in the future or something like that. Then he said that when he was trying to work in Turkey, he really had a hard time finding a job because of the passport process and the conservative nature of the Turkish people. He said that they would tell him that he was probably lying about his accomplishments. I thought to myself, “That’s what happens in Turkey because the economic situation is really not that good.” So we talked for about 30 minutes.

Then we took turns playing the piano. At first I played Howl’s Moving Castle and Laputa. After that, I played Taylor’s new songs, Country Roads, and Christmas songs. He seemed very surprised and kept recording me with his camera. As expected of a video editor, he knew exactly how to capture the video.

I was very nervous, but I got used to it and was able to pull it off well. I would love to see the footage he shot if he ever has a chance to process it. And so I played the piano. It was really nice to play the piano for the first time in a while. It was a very stylish place, and the reception desk was like a Mozart pop art, with all kinds of postcards. I really wanted to be friends with him. If I had any video problems, I would ask him for help. Because he really knows how to edit videos and everything is cool.



Burger restaurant visited for dinner


At night, I strolled the streets of Tbilisi. Changing where I stay has changed my living base, and that’s what makes it so much fun, isn’t it?



Strange Snacks in Georgia