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so presumably not all the animals are moved south.
Beyond Shatili are some stone crypts that were used in
medieval times of plague. It’s told that
people who were ill with the plague would come out here and entre a crypt and
wait to die. There are still heaps of
human bones visible in these crypts and they gave L the heebies. She wouldn’t even let me go near to have my
The road ends about ...
... but unfortunately, I had booked a shuttle for Tbilisi, and wasn't willing to change up my plans, needing to get out of Yerevan.
Later that evening, I was out at Republic Square for the fountain show with a small group from the hostel, where lo and behold, we ran into Nare and her group. Again, the offer to visit Lake Sevan was extended, offered to any of the group of four I was with. Within about 30 seconds of meeting Chris, ...
... by metro from the city center from a metro station in Rustaveli Avenue for $1, we tried hitch hiking from the city center to Mskheta, but ended up walking next to the river for more than 2 hours to the bus stop since there was no place for cars to pull over. Hitch hiking around Georgia was very easy and no one charged us anything, getting a ride was usually so quick that after being dropped off by one car we did not have time to take photos before the next ...
... twisted like a tornado; a cloth wrapped around his head; and a navy suit-coat with black dagger decorations, which looked like it might've come from Uzbekistan.
-----But, nothing prepared Walker and me for when we stepped through some trees at the hippodrome, and into Camel Guy's world ...
-----First, I saw a goat.
-----Then, three or five of Camel Guy's dogs greeted us with fiercely territorial barks. Later, two of them would bite ...
... days in Yerevan.
So far we have had absolutely gorgeous weather since I joined the Explore tour. Hope it stays. A comment about the Ethnographic Street - I thought it was a lovely spot with its wooden chalet-type buildings but it was kind of sad that there were so few artisans there - there are probably a lot more during the peak season. Yet, the place had an artificial feel that I don't even usually get in most touristy places. ...