Royal Tulip Grand Hotel Yerevan
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... two days ago and had comparable food for c 5,000AD each.
Back to the hotel. Ray and Diane were having a drink. Had a Bailey's, chatting mostly with Michelle about her disinterest in safaris even though she likes outdoor venues. One and done was enough. Surely Diane didn't think she warranted a good night hug?
Some stuff with Bongs re the Chinese LOI he is helping me with and drafted out almost the rest of the day's blog. A bit after 2300 was enough.
... br> Sirvan is conquered by the Azeris from (now) northern Iran.
Persian based Azeri Safavid dynasty battles with the Ottoman Turks over the Caucasus. The Ottomans take over all of Armenia and retain it for almost 400 years.
The Ottoman Empire becomes a powerful mulinational, multilingual empire controlling much of south-east Europe, western Asia, the Caucasus, north Africa and the Horn of Africa.
Formation of ...
... and sheep and goats.
We had to return to Masalli and drove on to Lankaran though a procession of drab, litter ridden villages. To add to the usual of potholes, unpredictable drivers and pedestrians we also seem to have gained cyclists that pride themselves on riding into the on coming traffic. The car is continually being sprayed with muddy water from the puddles and pot holes, yet we saw a group of young school girls walking home beside the road ...
... of time browsing the English-language section. However, I was too cheap to pay $10 or $15 for a paperback - seems that there is quite the premium here for imported English-language novels! But wait, what's that little section hidden in the corner? The used book section? $1 for a Robert Ludlum spy novel? I'd buy that!
The stage was now set for an epic day filled with doing ... absolutely nothing! ...
... experience. One of the regular members of the CS meeting I organised in London had hosted an Armenian girl, Heghine and put me in touch with her. We met at a bigger CS meet in the city and had a great night with other Cs'ers. Heghine then offered to host me for 2 nights, which I duly obliged to get a chance to get to the heart of Armenian life. Heghine lived with her mum and two brothers. They took me out for the day to churches and small towns and taught me ...