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... quick meal though Dave likes a menu. Ray was talking about a first trip to Central America from Antigua, Guatemala to Panama City. I suggested Mexico City to Antigua [1,000AD].
Dave and I walked to the opera house in the heat. Not a big fan of its architecture. We went behind it to a park area with some unique sculptures and then climbed the steps of the Cascades. My water was getting a bit low.
... survivors of the Armenian genocide in Turkey, settled in the area. The city expanded rapidly during the 20th century as Armenia became part of the Soviet Union to become the country's principal cultural, artistic and industrial centre, as well as the seat of the Armenian national government. Today, Yerevan is home to over one million people and covers an area of 223 square kilometers.
Our first visit of the day was to Victory Park and ...
... sentence. It was almost unbearable to watch. At last the poor woman was allowed her freedom. I shook my head, knowing that our views on group travel were more than confirmed. I was also acutely aware that Alan and I were so lucky to be able to happily travel on our own together - for the time being while we were still fit and healthy.
FROM ST PETERSBURG TO MOSCOW, AND ON TO YEREVAN
Our precious Armenian visas were thankfully ...
... dam, the dam wall was leaking quite badly. Perhaps not a good idea to camp near the stream just downstream of that dam:
The Khertvisi fortress sits on a bit of a rocky outcrop overlooking the junction of two swift flowing streams with high mountains behind. Quite a strategic position probably. From reading the sign L learnt that there was some sort of fortification here in the 4th-3rd centuries BC when Alexander passed this ...
... would not be out of place in cities like London or Paris. At first it's a bit confusing as to how this could have happened, but it slowly starts making sense once you consider the history of Armenia.
Armenia is a land that has been fought over for centuries, with its people persecuted - as a result, Armenians have scattered all over the World, and it's this Armenian diaspora that is largely responsible for what Yerevan is today. ...