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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 ...
... br> The "Wings of Tatev" cablecar up to the monastery is yet another Armenian record apparently, many times we were told it is the world’s longest cablecar - surprisingly not the world’s oldest as well. It only takes a few minutes to get there with a great view along the way, and you can see the old winding road the bus would've taken about 90 mins to drive in the past. ...
... the museum showed facts.
-----Documents, photographs, and statistics were shown. There was an appeal from President Woodrow Wilson to the American people to donate money to save Armenian orphans and refugees. Photos showed women staring, and kids who'd been exiled to the desert. Statistics showed population numbers of Armenian towns in Eastern Turkey, before 1915 and afterwards - when they were almost empty. These facts seemed to prove the genocide ...
... bothered by the cigarette smoke.) The waiter seemed to understand I was in a rush or just wanted to get rid of me, because he cleared my plate and offered me the check in no time and without my asking.
It was 7:30 pm and dark and I was sure that the singing fountains in Republic Square would start soon. Armine said they started around 8 pm and some others said they saw them yesterday at 9 pm. Well, I waited for a long, loooonnnnnngggggg ...
... took me quite a while I think. Meanwhile, one of the men asked Nour why he was there all alone. When Nour replied that he wasn't alone - that he was the driver for a tourist visiting the gorge - the man told him that he didn't see anyone out there. Nour said he went a little crazy until he recognized the man as a famous Armenian comedian....so he was pretty sure it was some sort of sick Armenian joke. He did walk out again to look for me though. After we left ...