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Travel Blogs from Yerevan
... I was looking for a room. 'Yes,' I replied truthfully, and she showed me the room. It turned out to be her grandchildren's room, who are currently living in Sweden playing soccer. I decided to stay with her, and I had a great time, accompanied with delicious food.
The next morning, Saturday, I did something I have been wanting to do for a long time: I hitchhiked. Yes, in one day I managed to hitchhike 350 kilometers through Georgia, into Gyumri in ...
... are casino workers.
The gyuxs - I felt like I was stepping back in time to the 1800s - no real shelter, living off of cows and goats and chickens. We have Wi-Fi on the plane people. We don't need to pee in a hole on the ground.
No one smiles, everyone is grumpy all the time. And people push you.
Things I need to do next time (and there will be a next time)
Go to more of the Turkish/Armenian territories ...
... Days 4, 5 and 6 in particular were related to the wedding itself, as bachelorette party, the Wedding and then a post-wedding lunch in a village near Yerevan, capital of Armenia.
Most of the attendants of the wedding were interesting personalities, whether I knew them from before or got acquainted with them later.
Living in Armenia, but repatriated ...
... laundry dripping to you know where.
Since our time in Armenia was short we decided to see the highlights of the countryside by going on a tour. It allowed us to see numerous sights in a day. Many sights were scattered and not reachable by public transit. Having a good guide was a bonus.
Come along Comrades
There were six tourists and three staff members on the tour. The driver did not say a word. He only ...
... the Opera House. It’s quite easy to find though they don’t have their restaurant name written in English, but it was easy to find. And the waiter there speak English very well, he was really helpful for us to choose the foods. They also have a local traditional music group performed. It was really a nice experience for me, from there we were just walking around Yerevan and go back to our hotel and take a hot shower and crashed our ...