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... scrambled quickly to vacate their seats and make room for V to sit in the back (and rest his legs on the floor!).
We reached the Armenian border in about an hour. V was still not happy with the seating arrangement and wanted to explore other options inside Armenia, possibly a change of vehicle or simply getting off in the nearest town to stay the night. The women at the back revealed that they were not just paying travelers by saying "No money back!". M brokered a truce ...
... on neil muidugi vaid armeeniakeelsed. Ahjaa, mainin ka ära, et LP kaart Jerevani omapärase skeemiga kesklinna kohta täielik kõnts, mitmete vigadega; eksitas meid üsna mitu korda ära.
Edžmiatsin oli meie villa asukohta arvestades üpris lihtsalt teostatav väljasõit - oleks piisanud suvalise bussi või marsa peatamisest, sest asusime põhimõtteliselt otse sinna suunduva maantee ääres. Nime kirjapilt varieerub ja korrektne hääldamine jäi ...
... It was a once in a lifetime experience and it couldn't have come at a better time in my life. I have a lot of things changing back home and I'm excited for what's coming next.
Quick Recap of my likes and dislikes of this country.
Nature - the mountains, rivers, valleys, clouds, are beyond words. I found myself gazing and making mental memories of the beauty.
Tatev Vank - drove 12 hours, waited two hours in line, ...
... even though it was destroyed in an earthquake and was reconstructed during Soviet times.
The Mystifying Depths of Geghart Monastery
The most awe-inspiring visit was that of Geghart. It is an ancient church partly carved out of a mountain in the 4th century AD, consisting of a main cathedral that was built in 1215. This impressive structure divides into a few chambers, and it does not have paintings on the walls, but stone ...
... to Iran to cross the border back to Turkey (Indeed the borders between Armenia and Turkey are closed).
They will take us for about 2 hours with them, buy us some beers, share a picnic on the road - really nice! thanks to Ahmet and his friend!
We get off at the junction to go up the Noravank Canyon - after almost 1 hour walk we get picked up by 2 armenian women (school directors) that take us up the monastery located in the middle of ...