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Very nice rooms, everything great but wifi only available in the lobby and swimming pool area and the hotel is not in the city center occasioning some difficulty in getting transportation to and from the hotel. It was not that easy a walk to the city center for those who tried it.
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I am trying the computer to see if the wordpad part works OK. If it doesn't, I will give up on the computer for the rest of the trip I think - I might try to email family to let them know that my computer access is gone.
Today we went to Mt Ashgat - this is the highest mountain in Armenia - over 5k meters. It is volcanic in origin, as …
I think I forgot a lot of today's activities already. I am in the lobby because that is the only place that has wi-fi here at the Hotel Regineh.
Up around 7 am, I was surprised that my roommate Emma was up as early as she was. We went up to breakfast. She is a wisp of a girl and I now know why - she doesn't eat very much at all …
Oh, I may be in trouble....I got back to the new hotel - Hotel Regineh - a little past 8 pm and our tour leader had come and gone, but she did meet with the rest of the group who have been checked in, only I can't find anyone to see what happens tomorrow. My roommate is due in sometime during the night. Oh, I think it is OK - she (my roommate …
... a closed border.
Next, I walked to the fancy mall that was at the bottom of the hill of the park. The Dalma Garden mall appears to very new and they appear to be adding a huge condominium complex attached. For the fun of it, I decided to find out if they had any movies playing in English since all of the movies in this whole region from Krygystan to Armenia have been dubbed in Russian. In fact, they were going to start playing movies in English at this theater - a ...
... all began on a Friday night in Armenia's capital, where I pitched my tent on a mountain then walked into town to hear some Armenian singing.
Wait! It had begun before that.
I paid $8 on the Georgian-Armenian border for a three-week visa. I knew little about Armenia at this time, except that an Armenian kid named Aram Ohanyan had gone to my high school. This mischievous lad used to walk past open classrooms ...