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... this tent! For now I will do my best to make sure it is structurally sound. It may sound a little silly buy I still cannot believe I am in Srmenia.
In my mind, I am still figuring out what this means. We are in Asia. That is certain. Soviet Asia but Asia nonetheless. During the morning, the landscape changed a little. It was undulating hills/mountains with lots of ...
... however to see the number of smiling girls and women we saw walking together and on their own in groups, which seemed quite Western in nature.
Yesterday the hotel organised a walking tour. It was dreadful. As one of the group quite rightly pointed out. It was like wandering round a city with some random bloke. It started badly when he said "so do you want to see the opera house?" From then on he only spoke if you asked a question directly like... what is this? He ...
... reject more men.
5. MEMORIES OF GENOCIDE
The HONORABLE MENTION was: FEW TOURISTIC SITES.
But, I quickly discovered I liked Armenia - or, at least, Yerevan. The Top 5 Best Things about Armenia! would prove it ...
1. PEOPLE WHO LIKED TO DANCE -
I danced with girls named Barboline, Toma, and stunning Araxin. I also danced with lots of girls named Ann or Mary. I was surprised to see that ...
... German one I eliminated yesterday. I had a small beer and some bruschetta. The bruschetta was very good and I gobbled it down because right next to me was some recorded Armenian folk dance music and lots of young people were dancing in the park to the music. By the time I finished eating though, it was already dark and the photos won't turn out very well. Oh, well.
Next I took the escalator (that I read about last night) up to the top of the Cascade ...
... small villages and lots of cattle.
After checking into our exceedingly clean hostel we head out to explore the city with our new American Russian friend, Margareta. A kebab and kefir (fermented milk) down the hatch and we were off to witness the famous water show in the Republic Square. Just before the show concluded enormous rain drops the size of apricots came thundering down. We wondered home in the romantic ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAviatrans Yerevan
It was pleasant, the staffs were very helpful, and speak English very well. The location was perfect very near to Republic Square (2 mins walking). Also the hotel was so clean and the bed and room were very comfortable. though I have to say the furniture a bit looking old, and they need to do something about the elevator. It was very small even for 2 small girls like me and my friend.
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