Arthurs Aghveran Resort
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... would not be out of place in cities like London or Paris. At first it's a bit confusing as to how this could have happened, but it slowly starts making sense once you consider the history of Armenia.
Armenia is a land that has been fought over for centuries, with its people persecuted - as a result, Armenians have scattered all over the World, and it's this Armenian diaspora that is largely responsible for what Yerevan is today. ...
... beans in a clay pot. I listened to the music for awhile but felt a bit lonely and tired so I went back to the hostel at 10:30.
Sun, Nov 24
My main aim for the day was to get to Armenia but I had to wait until 1 pm until my van would leave. So, I relaxed at the hostel for a bit and then walked up to Rustavelli Avenue (again, it seems like I'm there multiple times everyday) to go to the National Museum. Exhibitions there ...
... I told Laura. "Living the Soviet dream!" she said and smiled.
She liked Russian cars, too.
And I felt relieved that I'd come to Armenia.
The Modern Oddyseus.
Thanks to Soso; Zura & George; Valiko; Valera & Roban; Suren; Arman; Mahel; Ondranik & Harut; and Samvel for rides!
Much thanks to Karlen, Lev, & Mushroom Pub; Shtepan; and Laura, Khashayar, & Esfandyar for places to stay!
... use this alphabet, it makes sense that they should have a park for their special alphabet. The letters seem to have different symbols on them and be of different stones - or different colors of the volcanic tufa stone. I would have liked to take more photos but only managed a few once I got my photo taken in front of my letter and took Emma's in front of hers. You could see some other mountain in the distance behind them - or on the side actually. And ...
Being the last 2 of Europe's 51 countries for me to visit and having read so much about them, I felt I was about to unearth two hidden gems in Georgia and Armenia. And so in August 2013 I set off to discover these two small secrets wedged in between the giants of Russia, Iran and Turkey. Travelling alone, it was to be a great opportunity for me to practice my Russian without relying on Anya. There are no direct flights to Georgia's capital Tbilisi from London so ...