Travel Blogs from Yerevan
So, some of you guys may remember how I ended my last post:
"All in all, Tbilisi was pretty great, but right now I'm going to see about getting a little further into Georgia"
I am currently writing from Stepanakert, the capital of Nagorno-Karabakh. This is a wildly interesting area, it being a country not recognized by any other. However, having only just arrived here, I will save it for my next post. Instead, I would like to talk about how I got here. ...
... to for dinner. In LA, we only have that at weddings/birthday parties.
Met people who were awesome (locals and non locals)
My cousins who took me everywhere and made me feel like I was home.
The men - I am not a feminist but I would like to work on womens rights here. the men here are so vulgar especially towards women. I don't want to generalize all men in Armenia, but for the most part from what ...
... The only painting is featured at the altar of the main cathedral, depicting Mary and Jesus.
There were several kind os stone crosses in this church, carved on every wall and every pillar. Some where complex artworks others were simple carved marking of horizontal and vertical lines. Some chambers had coats of arms of influencial Armenian families and it seemed that important political and diplomatic meetings used to happen at this strategic ...
The aging train seemed like it never left the Soviet era. Brown dirty carpet with fake wooden walls. There were hardly any windows and it was sweltering hot inside. Hard to believe we paid top dollar for a sweat-a-thon. At least we detoxed, that was good for our bodies.
Yerevan at last
Walking around Yerevan was similar to walking around Tbilisi except the streets were in better shape. It was no ...
... place in Armenia, because it is a combination between 2 beauties, manmade and natural beauty itself. I did understand when I arrived there, it was so pretty and amazing, and I couldn’t even say anything. It was too pretty to describe. Please take a look at my photo album. How to describe Noravank... It was magical for me. When we were about to leave, all sudden it was snowing! That was my magical moment.
From there we went ...