Like many travelers, I like collecting country stamps in my passport, and review them once in a while. I have visited a few countries on my current passport, and I've noticed an intriguing tendency.
Most countries seem content with the practice of stamping in the first viable spot they find, starting from the front of the passport. (Let's keep in mind it's a human border controller doing this, who won't necessarily care exactly where the stamp is, but that's the general process)
However, in the case of Georgia, they seem to consistently put their stamps on the last page; starting from the back instead. That's on both entry and exit, which I've done twice, by air and by land. So I have four Georgia stamps on the last page.
Is this some kind of habit or local procedure depending on the country? Do we know if there are countries known for doing this, or some unusual way, even anecdotally? Are there identifiable tendencies of some countries to proceed a certain way? I'm curious as to what could be the reasons behind this.