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Travel Blogs from Armenia
... a game called Tejo. Tejo is a game that has four gun powder based things in the middle of a clay background/ board. Then you throw a metal weight at them to try and make them explode. They also had this frog ring toss game. You toss some metal rings into holes on a board, 60 pts if it goes through the frogs mouth and 100 if you can get it to hang on the hook. During practice Vicki got it into the frogs mouth. We played girls ...
... as there was also a cinema room in the back with lots of films to choose from. Suitably stuffed we then set off up to and across the main square to climb up the 100s of stairs to a view point overlooking the town. It was alright but as the town is quite small there wasn't too much to see. I think the view from the hostel is better over the fantastic landscape. Back down in the town Fran and I decided to go and shoot a bit if pool in a local billiards hall. ...
... in South America as I witness a continent absolutely obsessed with football.The Colombians,men,women and children are all wearing the teams yellow tops and my arrival in Armenia was the day before their first match with Greece on the Saturday.The Government has moved the Presidential election voting day to the Sunday to ensure as many people come out to vote as possible!
The Hacienda is beautiful and the architecture is very different to the Spanish Colonial ...
... 252;llen kann. Mit meinem Pferd, versteht sich. Als ich die Freuderufe meiner neuen Bekanntschaften hinter mir hörte, fühlte ich mich wahnsinnig glücklich, Teil dieser Freundesgruppe geworden zu sein und diese Erfahrung zu teilen, noch besser als Vorderste der Truppe. Wir galloppierten entlang eines Flusses und selten habe ich mich so frei gefühlt, die Vergangenheit hinter mir lassend, Schmerz, Liebe, Leidenschaft. ...
... fried plantain chips. After having travelled to some of the world's most famous coffee-producing countries and never having seen a plantation, we thought it was about time for a tour. We opted for a Spanish-speaking tour which doubled as a lesson, and were shown the production process from the harvesting of the plant to the roasting, and finished by grinding and brewing our own fresh cups of coffee. We now have a new appreciation for the amount of time ...
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Km. 7 Vereda Kerman, Armenia | 3 star hotelfrom $179
Alcala, Vereda La Cana, Armenia | Hotelfrom $126
Khao Sok National Park, Surat Thani | Hotelfrom $50
Km. 5 via Armenia - Aeropuerto El Eden, Armenia | Hotelfrom $104
via Circacia - Montenegro Km. 9 or, Armenia | Hotelfrom $88
Corregimiento El Caimo, Armenia | Hotelfrom $78
Km 5 Via Armenia - Montenegro- Salida NÂº 2, Armenia | Hotelfrom $120
Avenida Bolivar 10Norte -84, Armenia | 3 star hotelfrom $66