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Travel Blogs from Yerevan
... I walked very fast from the bus station, past the brandy factories and up the hill of a park to the museum and huge monument. The museum had lots of media on the Armenian genocide that took place from 1915-1922. The Ottoman Turks killed 1.5 million Armenians during this period. They also kidnapped some of the women and children to add to their harems and assimilate into the Ottoman culture. This is part of the reason why Armenia and Turkey is to this day unfriendly ...
... opera good for Thursday night.
Back at the hostel, I had a couple of glasses of pomegranate wine and chatted with Adam, the Australian guy. We decided to go to dinner at "At Gayana's". This place was only a block from the hostel but the workers had not heard of it. Armed with good reviews and an address from Tripadvisor, we set off to find it. We found the apartment block for the address and then we walked around peering in several windows. Finally, a ...
... shalt care about others knowing they are thou."
-----"Thou shalt be celibate."
-----"Thou shalt practice free love."
-----"Thou shalt accept all members of the opposite sex with kisses."
-----"Thou shalt include and welcome all people in thy family."
-----I looked at Mt. Ararat one last time.
-----And then, I began heading for Turkey. I was sure they would have something to say about the genocide.
... it down. I got on and tried to tell the driver where I was going....he took some change from my hand and gave me the rest back. The bus started to really fill up the farther we got into the city. I was worried I wouldn't know where to get off, so I asked the boy next to me, but an older girl spoke better English and she looked at my map and asked the driver and they said I would get off in three more stops. It wasn't clear though what was a stop and ...
... I had opened the window and was clicking away when a bull looked straight at me and bellowed. (Where is that photo? - I think I saw it on another day.) I guess he didn't want his photo taken. I missed a few horses and ponies and barely got some horseback riders. All the livestock was being driven in as dusk came. After that it really got too dark for me to take any photos from the moving car. So I rested and looked out the window. Nour thought I was asleep so ...