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... makes $350.00 US a month, still a rather paltry $4,200.00 US a year. The rich/poor divide here when it comes to cars is BMW's and dilipidated Lada's.
The Matenadaran houses the manuscript treasures of Armenia. In front of the building is a statue of Mashtots teaching the new alphabet to a student. Laura went into excruciating detail thereon. Nobody will remember a stitch of what she said.
Bloody Lawrence of Arabia always stands right in front of a ...
... she was there and she boo'd him off haha. There was a place which is meant to be really good called calumet ethnic lounge so we went there for a drink, well a shot of vodka haha. This place was pretty cool playing local folk music and had everyone playing backgammon. Verghineh left once we had a short walk around the city where she showed me her favourite street, i then went and met stephen and we went for a couple of drinks at alibi abother shisha bar but it was nothing to ...
... are also scattered about the various plateaus that are designed for strolling. Because of the heat it's not that busy during the day, but come night time, the Cascade may well be the busiest place in all of Yerevan.
Yerevan has been a bit of a shock, as I expected it to be far more exotic, with more of an Asian or Middle Eastern flavour to it. But it feels a lot like any big European city, full of international-style bars, cafes, and ...
... go back to Yerevan until evening for the opera, I decided to go along. We got out of the van (I think the 3 ladies were just hitchhiking there, as we didn't pay anything to the driver of the van), and then walked to a house with Anna, Liana, and Larissa. There we met an Armenian women with dark hair and blue eyes. She served us snacks of walnuts and dried apricots and then went off to the kitchen to bring out lunch. Her husband came home and then the 6 of us had lunch. What ...
... 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!