Arthurs Aghveran Resort
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Well after flaky Friday, I was really determined, today would be less fatigue affected.
I woke up to snoring; which is kind of inevitable when sharing a room. In fact I was glad to wake up in order to be able to go on an early morning walk. Boy was it quiet. Very few people were walking around and there were few cars on the road. All the shops were shut and the air was cool. What a contrast to yesterday ...
... today. So, I just bought some snacks at the huge supermarket and headed back to the hostel where I watched a movie on Youtube.
Thurs, Nov 28
I didn't really know where I wanted to go today. I had wanted to go to Khor Virap if the haze of the last few days cleared away and Mount Ararat was visible. Alternatively, I was thinking about going up to a nearby city to walk in a gorge. When I stepped outside ...
... our "pradedushky" (great grandfathers) must've been brothers.
He took me to his house. He introduced me to his dog and cat. He showed me his two baby cows and three rabbits.
In a room outside his house, he showed me two holes in the ground. One was for sitting in, while the other was heated to make "shashliki" (barbecued/steamed meat). This second hole was where the rabbits would end. Shtepan showed me ...
... before the man who took the money found me. He showed me something about 700 dram for entrance and then no photos with flash. As I took out my camera, a young woman came out and told me the camera fee was another 700 dram and I got to wear a plastic ID card with a camera logo around my neck along with all my other straps. This little museum is a total gem! I started out without having my auto focus on so I had to retake a bunch of photos.
... a minute, I think some were Yezedis - fire worshippers - and they had separate villages and schools because they did not mix with the local people. The animals are herded up the mountains in the spring and summer and then make their way back to the lower areas for the winter - so now was the time the herds were returning...and there did seem quite a few of these herds on the road at dusk. Along with the cyclists. We met quite a few on the road to Gandzasar ...