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... lots of orchards of a fruit or nut tree that we didn’t recognize, sometime L will have to try and find out what sort of tree this was. It was about 4m high and multi stemmed.
And so we left Azerbaijan via the same border crossing that we had entered. We had considered going up another valley but the map showed that border crossing as being closed to foreigners and as we didn’t want to back track several hundred k’s we took that ...
... 8217;t start it though, his friend challenged Avak, who kicked his ****, then Vlad stepped in to regain Georgian honour.
First Roupen then Hrary and Avak bailed and I kept going with the other guys until either the bad wouldn’t let us in or they were closed. Got home somewhere around 4:00… great night, the Armenians sure know how to enjoy themselves
... a beet salad. I heard someone mention that the Armenians seem to like dill. I like dill so that's not a problem for me. We had a baklava type dessert and some other people shared their wine - I unfortunately left mine in the bus. I really don't want to take it to Georgia.
After dinner and a 15 minute ride, we arrived at our hotel or guest house - on the other side of the lake where there seem to be more hotels and things. On the east side I ...
... 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 ...
... monastery and could take photos as I wished but, coming back, I was one of the last to board - and was lucky I got on it because a group held back and let some of us go because they all couldn't get on - so I didn't have as good a vantage point. The gorge and roads seemed so far down.
Leaving the monastery, it was already after 4 pm. I didn't offer to forego the next stop - the Armenian Stonehenge - and Nour did not suggest that we not go. As Nour ...