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After a 5 hours bus drive from Tbilisi, we arrive in Yerevan the capital city of Armenia.
We are super excited as we have a new country in front of us to discover - we don't know much about where we wanna go or what we wanna see (as our decision to come here was made the night before) but it doesn't matter, we will find out!< …
... In fact, I could have gotten directly to Yerevan, but Gyumri looked interesting, so I decided to stay for the night.
I loved hitchhiking, the feeling it gives when you're waiting for a ride, simply great. Outside of Mtskheta, I immediately got lucky, catching a ride halfway across Georgia, to Akhaltsikhe. From there however, there was less and less traffic the closer I got to the Armenian border. Eventually I ended up walking the last part. That is, ...
... br> Go to Karabagh
Smoke hookah, go to a Discoteca
Spend more time at Sevan
go to the Armenian History Museum
Until the next trip, this was an amazing experience that I will cherish for a lifetime. I still have a lot of work to do in discovering what my roots are. But now I have an understanding of where I come from. Now I'm ready to go and conquer what's ahead of me.
Until next time, Hajox em Hayastan :)
... US were a couple of middle aged women who had come there and served for Nagorno Karabakh during the war between Nagorno-Karabakh and Azerbaijan in the late '80s and early '90s.
Another interesting lady I met was the sister of Suzanne Khardalian, filmmaker of My Grandma's Tattoos, a film showing the direct impact of genocide on its survivors, particularly women.
... presence known by sudden jerky motions to avoid major potholes. Our guide, Mane, was very knowledgeable and spoke very good English. She even tried to translate some Armenian jokes for us. Mane did not stop talking all day and told us lots of random facts about Armenia. Sasha especially remembered that people that are forced to bend when standing inside a marshrutka are called chess knights.
So, we arrived at lake ...
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it is a really small hostel - 2 dorms of 8 beds. so not too many people running around :)
The staff is really nice and helpful and it is a clean place in the center of yerevan.
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