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... and we drove over two low passes where the autumn colours have yet to reach their best. We passed down a long wide valley past two small lakes and some large dairy herds then in a small village we saw a sign for a Nunnery cheese shop. Perhaps all those cows belong to the convent or perhaps they just buy the milk off the farmers, that is the most likely L thinks. Anyway we found the church, a tiny little stone building down the rough stony and muddy lanes of ...
... this regeneration. Republic Square was very quiet. I had a dog and a young man listening to music for company.
Walking back, it is clear to see that Yerevan yearns to project and image of consumerism with its trendy shopping streets and Georgio Armani boutiques (inter alia).
A man in the very same street was searching the bins for rubbish. Again this is in stark contrast to the very street he was walking ...
... I walked very fast from the bus station, past the brandy factories and up the hill of a park to the museum and huge monument. The museum had lots of media on the Armenian genocide that took place from 1915-1922. The Ottoman Turks killed 1.5 million Armenians during this period. They also kidnapped some of the women and children to add to their harems and assimilate into the Ottoman culture. This is part of the reason why Armenia and Turkey is to this day unfriendly ...
... walk around Yerevan isn't a bad way to spend the afternoon. When I got around to Republic Square I found the museum there was closed as well. Tip: like Europe, Armenian museums are closed on Mondays.
Went for dinner with the Canadian & Lebanese girls that work in Oman (yet more ex-pats heading to Armenia to drink, eat pork and relax that ...
... a video monitor with bits of his films playing and they did look very interesting - avant garde - but I couldn't understand them of course.
From the museum, I walked toward Republic Square and went into a post office - walked in and down the steps without knowing there were steps there and luckily did not break anything. The price of stamps for my postcards isn't too bad. After the post office, I walked down the street too far and had to turn back or ...