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... and a half? WAY too much time here ... so what to do today? I've grown rather tired of the hostel's included breakfast, as it's basically the same whether at the Envoy Hostel in Tbilisi, or the one in Yerevan - so I skipped it and found a little bit of Canadian breakfast.
French toast - the last time I had it was when we made it at our apartment in Dubrovnik, about a month ago. It's nothing fancy, ...
... Noah's Ark is said to have come to rest after the flood. Most of the sights of interest has got religious connotation, but the things that I loved most about traveling the Caucasus region were the people and the food, both amazing.
Traveling around Armenia is easy, it is a small country and we decided to stay in the capital, Yerevan and do day trips. Yerevan is a cheap, clean, beautiful city with very friendly people. ...
... a closed border.
Next, I walked to the fancy mall that was at the bottom of the hill of the park. The Dalma Garden mall appears to very new and they appear to be adding a huge condominium complex attached. For the fun of it, I decided to find out if they had any movies playing in English since all of the movies in this whole region from Krygystan to Armenia have been dubbed in Russian. In fact, they were going to start playing movies in English at this theater - a ...
... barrel, where he made butter.
The inside of the house smelled of wool blankets, black tea, and milk. In the small house's only room, Shtepan cooked us Armenian porridge which we ate as dry grains with our fingers. We ate fresh "kefir" (sour cream) with sugar. I liked how Shtepan lived.
This reminded me ... not all of Moses Oddyseus' Ten Commandments had been revealed yet! Seeing as how Mt. Ararat - the ...
... they had some dill seasoning. After that we got some dolma or tolma, an assortment of stuffed vegetables, mostly cabbage - all good. We had fruit with a sort of spice cake and then tea and coffee. I mistakenly poured salt from a salt cellar into my coffee so I couldn't really drink it. I felt bad about that.
After our lunch we returned to the hotel, where Emma and I sorted out our belongings because we move on from Yerevan tomorrow morning.