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... ladders where there had once been steps dugs out of the rock that were now worn away that things got difficult. It was slippery and L had problems getting a grip to heave herself and me upward, but finally we made it to the little church at the top. D came too and carried the camera. Going down got even more scary for me as I was in L’s coat and felt in imminent danger of toppling out on my head as we negotiated our way down those awkward bits. L and ...
Rolling towards the capital, I could not help but feel how effortless this is. My thoughts are I) gratitude and ii) am I missing out?; sometimes the tough times serve the best lessons.
In a sense, these three small countries embody how individual borders are ridiculous as is the division in the first place.
Imagine no borders? Will someone in the ...
... sometimes he would just answer "the English Square" and that was your lot! I decided to do a different walking tour which a hostel runs.
Last night was Eurovision night. A group of us stayed up late and watched it in one of the rooms. It wasn't as good without Graham Norton's commentary, but we tried to provide our own. It started at 11PM and I admit I didn't stay up for the results.
I am so pleased the I did the different walking tour, it was brilliant. The ...
... the sky was blue, the clouds seemed to linger and form on the glaciers of the 5,100+ meter high Mt. Ararat. It reminded me of Mt. Rainer - relative flatlands with a huge glacier capped peak.
I got dropped off on a country road around 10am. The driver asked my language and handed me a tiny slip of paper that said "Buses to Yerevan: 1:20, 3:20, 5:40". I walked the last half mile on the driveway to Khor Virap with views of the walled monastery and Ararat in the near ...
... at this response. Arman didn't find this funny. He threw a two-liter bottle of water at his head.
Arman helped us get to Yerevan, the Armenian capital. I quickly met two local girls, both of whom were named Ermine. Was everyone's name here some re-arrangement of the letters of "Armenia"?
A man named Poghos Eghiazar and a woman named Nyne Melik-Vrtanesyan were performing Armenian music, when I entered ...