It was already late evening when we reached Borjomi. To all of my readers, Borjomi is a resort town in Georgia, well knows for it mineral water springs in the Central Park. Our guide took us straight inside the park and started explaining the history behind the park and the water spring.
Water in those springs is of volcanic origin, which by natural standard are 1500 years old. It rises to the surface from the depth of 8-10km, pushed up by natural gas pressure. Borjomi water doesn't cool down before it reaches the surface and come our warm getting enriched on its way up with a composition of 60 various minerals found in the rock layers of Caucasus Mountains. We refilled our bottles with the warm water coming from the spring and drank it. Our guide explained us the numerous health benefits of drinking this water.
We left Borjomi pretty soon as we were getting late and reached Tbilisi by nightfall.
The next day was rest day for us as we were traveling to Batumi by train. It is a five hour journey from Tbilisi which will take you through the countryside to the Black sea coast.