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... video that she will have to remember to load when she gets an internet connection that is good enough. The quick load option is not working on the blog site for reason known only to itself and it’s very slow loading the photos one at a time. She spent two hours last night loading 20 photos and 2 short videos.
Yardimli is quite a pretty place up in the hills, not really very high at 650m. There is only a little agriculture, mostly it’s ...
Fox and Mouse took a shared taxi (400 dram each) to Echmiadzin. Fox sat in the middle of the hot car and felt great sympathy for the preternaturally tall man next to her; Mouse with his respectably masculine height was dwarfed by this uncomfortable fellow.
Echmiadzin is the seat of the Armenian Apostolic Church and is also of great historical and cultural significance. Here is not a history lesson, but an interesting one can be had simply ...
... feeling… I've never heard such deadpan recital of lines in my life, she must be the life of the party wherever she goes.
We drove along the lake to Noratus cemetery, where there wasn’t much to see, not even interesting tombstones saying people died of some long eradicated disease. There were a few locals trying to sell ...
... until our young guide took me by the hand and pulled me up. The gorge with its basalt palisades was spectacular. We none of us expected such a marvel! The formations went on and on. I loved the hexagonal structure of the formations. There was a rushing mountain stream, great views of the valley and the rocks - what rocks!!
Finally I made it to Garni Temple. It was very striking on the edge of the cliff in ...
... our group meeting where our tour leader Armine attended to some administrative details, collected the tips kitty, and went over today's itinerary.
Our first stop in our nice and roomy big bus was Victory Park which has a WWII memorial with an eternal flame and a great view of the city of Yerevan. Along the ride, Armine gave us information on Yerevan and Armenia. A lot had to do with the size of historical Armenia compared to modern Armenia - which is ...