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... asked for extra large ones. This made us laugh.
We were told that the biggest embassy in the world is the American Embassy in Yerevan (we are not sure whether or not this is true). When we asked her why, she told us this story: An American representative went looking to set up an embassy. He visited all of the churches in the countries of interest. Outside each church he found a public phone booth with 4 million dollars written on it. Each time he asked the local priests why ...
... It was a once in a lifetime experience and it couldn't have come at a better time in my life. I have a lot of things changing back home and I'm excited for what's coming next.
Quick Recap of my likes and dislikes of this country.
Nature - the mountains, rivers, valleys, clouds, are beyond words. I found myself gazing and making mental memories of the beauty.
Tatev Vank - drove 12 hours, waited two hours in line, ...
... for me. Discovering my roots, traditions, values, all over again from the true source will hopefully be liberating and exciting.
I hope I can find Wi-Fi there or use the internet cafes that are apparently 500 drams. Let's see how this goes. Off to finish packing, getting my nails done, and preparing for the airport.
I will miss you LA.
... and computers. The walls are so white, the office could be easily confused as a mental ward (not that we have been in a mental ward, but like a mental ward you see on T.V.) The police officer randomly picks up a passport from a pile of tourist passports given to him by the train staff. Po po starts photo copying them and realized afterwards the passports he photocopied already had Armenian visas. Duh!
So he finally gets to ...
... accepted as the National religion in 301.A.D. It took me around an hour to reach Khor Virap. There, I had a chance to go down inside the dungeon, it was tough for me, but I managed to do it, I went down to the dungeon it was around 6 meters depth. Also from Khor Virap, if you walk a bit up to the hill nearby, you have a remarkable view of Mt. Ararat, and border of Turkey. The border closed due to their political issue between those two ...